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sadieberg

I have gardened in Liverpool for years by trial and error. This year's new focus is to get the most veg out of four small raised beds.

Lamprocapnos spectabilis syn. Dicentra spectabilis

  • Season Icon Early SpringEarly Spring 2020
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sadieberg

I split my very large plant last Spring into six smaller ones, three went to my very appreciative friends and I have three spaced along the shady border. They are all performing really well which shows it is a good thing to split large old perennials to rejuvenate them 👍🏻😍

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midnightgardener

Ooh early flowers 😊😊💕💕I've got healthy foliage but no sign of flowers yet.

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sadieberg

They won’t be long Christine @midnightgardener These are doing really well since I split my big old plant last year 👍

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midnightgardener

@sadieberg Crikey I don't think I'd dare split mine. Yours must've been a big one 💕💕I worry that I'd sever the roots. Mind you, I had to split an Agapanthus recently. Boy that was a job. They're tough as old boots. Fingers crossed they flower this year as I've had a easily over a year

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sadieberg

Mine was big and old and it wasn’t flowering very well. When I dug it up I could see where the ‘buds’ of new growth were so it was quite easy to split @midnightgardener

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sadieberg

#bleedingheart One of the six plants I got when I split my old one a few weeks ago 💕

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sadieberg

#springtime This year I split my large dicentra and got six plants out of it!

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anges

Fantastic! 💕💟💕

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lilybee

So pretty. 💕

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lovemygarden65

Beautiful 💖

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greenfinger14

Wow urs is a lot further stage than mine 👍😍

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sadieberg

Emerging bleeding heart under catkins of corkscrew hazel

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