Somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration from seeds of wild Dicentra
spectabilis is available everywhere, even packed dry in polythene bags from chain stores.
Dendromecon rigida (Papaveraceae), Dicentra
chrysantha (Papaveraceae), Phacelia brachyloba (Hydrophyllaceae), and Trichostema lanatum (Lamiaceae) did not germinate under any of the test conditions, including the combination of heat shock plus smoke (not shown).
Wants: rhizomatous or bulb flowers, laurel, Ionicera, jasmine, caladium, geranium, aristolchia, zoysia grass, primula, sarracenia, Venus fly trap, tropaelolum, foxglove, linaria, meconopsis, oenothera, grass--"stipatenuisima," dicentra
, rosemary irene, thymus coccineus, armeria, pyrethrum-no yellow, orchids, prickly poppy, ginkgo, wisteria
So it's good to combine with early perennials such as brunnera, aquilegia, forget-me-not and dicentra
Add a few extra hellebores, wild cyclamen, pulmonarias, erythroniums, wild primroses, digitalis, dicentra
or epimediums to the shadier parts of the garden and it will surely stand out from the crowd.
Pretty in pink: Dicentra
spectabilis (Bleeding heart)
She says her "bleeding heart" sculpture - entitled Dicentra
- reflects the fact her "heart aches when I see the silted up lake choked with debris and broken branches".
The birch forests are also home to a stunning bleeding heart, dicentra
Aconite, Allspice, Black Snakeroot, Bloodroot, Blue Cohosh, Boxwood, Celandine, Common Poppy, Crotalaria, Crow Poison, Death Camas, Dicentra
, False Hellebore, False Jessamine, Fume wort, Hellebore, Hemp, Horse Nettle, Indian Hemp, Indian poke, Jimson weed, Larkspur, Lobelia, Lupines, Marijuana, Monkshood, Moonseed, Night shade, Pink Death, Camas Poison, Darnel, Poison Hemlock, Poison rye grass, Rattleweed, Rock Poppy, Spider Lily, Spotted cowbane, Spotted Water Hemlock, Stagger grass, Staggerweed, Sweet Shrub, Thorn Apple, Varebells, Wild Parsnip, Wolfs-bane, Yellow Jessamine.
35 and six Dicentra
(Bleeding Hearts) for just pounds 7.
Among these, Dendromecon rigida (Papaveraceae), Dicentra
ochroleuca (Papaveraceae), Lotus grandiflorus (Fabaceae), and Venegasia carpesioides (Asteraceae) formed nearly pure, even-aged stands on the north-facing slopes at the study site (Table 1).