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Bleeding Heart not up yet

Posted by nuzzysmom z4 MN (My Page) on
Wed, May 10, 06 at 2:25

My Bleeding Heart is just barely poking through the soil. If I remember correctly it was one of the first things to come up in the past. I see them in other yards and they're about knee high. Are some types slower to grow than others?


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RE: Bleeding Heart not up yet

What color is it? I have noticed that the white ones are less vigorous than the others. Carmellia


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RE: Bleeding Heart not up yet

My pink and white as well as my fernleaf are all beginning to bloom. The pink started blooming over a week ago, the white is just now starting. The fernleaf was the first to bloom, it's actually almost done!

Linda


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Mine are blooming also. Could be the cultural conditions of where it's placed.


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The bleeding heart that hasn't bloomed yet is a pink one. I guess I'll have to wait and see what happens. I just thought it was one of the earlier bloomers last year so am disappointed.


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My Bleeding Heart are out of control. I have three that I'll need to split this fall because they are getting so huge! If yours aren't doing much, I'd say they aren't very happy.


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Here is my pink one I put in last summer. No pics of the white one, yet.

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Linda


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