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Dicentra

The distinctive heart-shaped blooms of Dicentra have been popular with gardeners for many years and we have two of the top varieties for you to try that can flower for months on end in the garden border. The name Dicentra comes from the Greek for two (dis) and spurred (kentron) which refers to the shape of the flowers. The flowers are quite scented too and make wonderful cut flowers in a vase.

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Dicentra 'King of Hearts' - Bleeding Heart | Perennial Bareroot Plant

Dicentra 'King of Hearts' - Bleeding Heart | Perennial Bareroot Plant£5.94

Dicentra ‘King of Hearts’ is aptly named with its rich rosy-pink heart-shaped flowers and it can be in flower from May-August.

Dicentra Old Fashioned series  'Alba' (Spectabilis) - Bleeding Heart | Perennial Bareroot Plant

Dicentra Old Fashioned series 'Alba' (Spectabilis) - Bleeding Heart | Perennial Bareroot Plant£4.24

Long arching stems holding broad, white heart-shaped flowers with a hint of iridescent palest pink make this a ‘must have’ Dicentra. 

Dicentra Old Fashioned Series  Spectabilis  - Bleeding Heart | Perennial Bareroot Plant

Dicentra Old Fashioned Series Spectabilis - Bleeding Heart | Perennial Bareroot Plant£4.24

The beautiful locket-shaped deep-pink flowers with white inners, drop from arching pink/red stems in April and May giving a charming and unique addition to spring borders. 

Dicentra spectabilis Valentine - Bleeding Heart | Perennial Bareroot Plant

Dicentra spectabilis Valentine - Bleeding Heart | Perennial Bareroot Plant£6.79

A taller and newer variety of Dicentra growing to a height of up to 75cm, ‘Valentine’ has heart-shaped cherry red flowers and dark grey-green foliage with maroon coloured graceful stems giving a wonderful contrast. 

  
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Latest Reviews from our Customers
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Stunning scented flowers lasting all summer
Monday, 31 December 2018  |  Stephanie

These are worth having for the scent alone. I bought some last year for pots and although some of them survived over winter, bought another batch as not only do they look good, the vanilla smell is wonderful. They did better in the semi shade in my garden.


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Excellent performance and colour
Monday, 31 December 2018  |  Stephanie

These were really good plants. Lots of flowers and have lasted well into winter.
Would definitely recommend


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Good new type of Impatiens
Monday, 31 December 2018  |  Stephanie

Tried these for the first time this year in pots. Performed well in shade and each plant grew about 8 inches across. Flowered from later summer to early December. No mildew at all. Found them very similar to the New Guinea style


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Fabulous colour
Monday, 31 December 2018  |  Stephanie

I tried these in 2018 and would definitely recommend. Lots of visitors remarked how stunning they are.


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Bought last year - back for more.
Monday, 31 December 2018  |  Donna

I bought 2 trays of these last year and although they seemed slow to grow at first they proved to be an amazing asset to my garden. Every one of the plants thrived. The foliage is lovely and glossy and the flowers are stunning. The blooms are really big and vibrant and they last and last. Were still displaying well into November both in the pots and in the beds. I have ordered again this year and I think this will be my go to plant and supplier from now on. Outstanding beauty for so little effort. Not one was touched by slugs - perfect. Love them.


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Stunning!
Sunday, 30 December 2018  |  J

I bought these earlier this year they were lovely healthy plants when they arrived and they are still blooming now in December, I couldn't ask for better quality. I had a mass of flowers in the summer, I wish I could include a photo with my review as it would speak for itself. I'm on the web site now looking to order more for 2019 season, I don't want to risk them being out of stock.

 
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