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Dicentra ‘Amore Rose’

Billowy mounds of bright rose pink flowers crowd over the lacy blue-green foliage to greet you in the garden. Vigorous and very hardy, 'Amore Rose' will please everyone with the abundant flowers that bloom through the heat. So many flowers, so little effort!

USDA Hardiness Zone(s): 5-9
Size (HT/W/FL HT): 9″ / 14″ / 14″
Exposure: Part Shade, Full Shade
Bloom Time(s): May, June, July, August

Common Name Bleeding hearts
Family Papaveraceae
species hybrid
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Persistence Deciduous
US Patent # PP25623
EU Grant # EU41165
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Soil Prefers moist loamy soil.
pH 5.5 - 6.8
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Nutritional Needs 50 - 100 ppm
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Water (Greenhouse) Dry moderately between waterings.
Water (Garden) Keep evenly moist, not wet.
How Different? Very long bloom time, excellent vigor.
Landscape Value Use in the woodland and shade garden. It makes a good plant at an entry for long bloom and foliage color.
Finish Time to 4" 10 weeks
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Grower Notes Gallon or larger sizes perform best when grown from 4". Keep evenly moist.
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