Herbaceous climbing vine with ferny bright-green foliage. We allowed one of ours to work its way through a dwarf apple tree.
||yellow bleeding heart vine
||vines to 20'
||rich soil, not too dry
||germinate at room temperature
Flowers first year from seed sown indoors early.
detailed seed-starting info below
This plant used to grow in our garden, but it slipped away...
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|Carol Birch||Aug 07, 2006||Hello I have a Yellow Bleeding Heart vine and I am wondering where the seeds are located?? I started the plant from seed but cannot find any seeds in or around any of the spent blooms?? Love your site, have it on my favorites and visit quie a lot. Thanks|
Seed capsules for dicentra are quite obvious - if you don't notice any, chances are that the plant didn't set seed for some reason.
|Lana Gayle||May 20, 2012|| I have seeds from a Bleeding heart vine, How do I start a vine of my own? Thank you for any help.|
Seeds need to be sown fresh. They will germinate at room temperature; if it was me, I'd start them indoors, to let them grow to a reasonable size before setting them outside.
- Seed from '03 trade. Baggy 70F (15%G, 12d) - 35F (3%G, 14d) - 70F (3%G, 3d)
- Seed from '04 garden. Baggy 70F (24%G, 13-30d)
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