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Adlumia (Climbing Bleeding Heart)

Climbing Bleeding Heart or Allegheny Vine is a monotypic genus with only one annual to biannual, fast growing species native of fresh soils in woods in North America. It has ornamental, fern-like foliage and bleedingheart like (Dicentra spp.), pendulous white to pale rose flowers. An easily grown vine for any humus rich, slightly moist soil in a partially shaded to sunny spot. Plants require a climbing aid.
Sow seeds flat in any well drained, humus rich soil preferably in spring. Keep pots outside in a protected spot. Transplant seedlings as soon as they are strong enough from end of spring to early summer.
All are USDA Climate Zone 6.
20 seeds per package.
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Adlumia fungosa (Climbing Bleeding Heart)

Adlumia fungosa (Climbing Bleeding Heart)

2 (5)m, Climbing Bleeding Heart or Allegheny Vine is a fast growing annual to rarely biannual vine with ornamental, fern-like foliage and bleedingheart like (Dicentra spp.), pendulous white to pale rose flowers. Native of humus rich and fresh soils in woods in North America. Sow in any well drained, humus rich soil preferably in spring. Keep pots outside in a protected spot. Transplant strong seedlings from end of spring to early summer. VIII-X.
20 seeds per package.

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