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Bleeding Heart

By TrotterFechan
The first specimens were introduced to England from Asia in the 1840s by the Scottish botanist and plant hunter Robert Fortune. In a moist and cool climate, it will grow in full sun, but in warmer and drier climates it requires some shade. The pure white-flowered 'Alba', somewhat more robust than the species, is a popular cultivar.

Tags: White Flower Flowers and plants Bleeding heart Alba

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debu 9 India
4 Jun 2016 12:48PM
Lovely detailed image.
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Leedslass1 Plus
3 2.5k 3 United Kingdom
4 Jun 2016 1:05PM
Simple but effective.
Somerled7 Plus
3 162 8 United Kingdom
4 Jun 2016 6:54PM
Pure and simple.

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