Bleeding Heart Plants

Trimming Bleeding Hearts

Anonymous added on April 15, 2014 | Answered

Can I trim back some of the new growth of a Bleeding Heart?

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    Answered on November 30, -0001

    These plants are normally cut back once they begin withering away towards end of growing season. Since they tend to bloom in spring, I would not recommend cutting any of the new growth, as this could interfere with its flowering. Once the plant has put on its spring-flowering show, however, you may trim back some of the growth if necessary. For more information on growing this plant, this article will help:

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