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Q.Can New Bleeding Heart Sprouts Recover?

Zone 21795 | S.rose added on April 25, 2024 | Answered

I recently bought some bleeding hearts bare root tubers. Against my intentions I waiting a couple days to get them in the ground. The roots look fine but the new growth looks a little sad. Have I ruined my chances of getting flowers this year? (I know sometimes it takes a year for them to establish but I hoped getting established roots might give me a chance.)

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Answered on April 26, 2024

It looks a little tired, but it also looks like it will recover just fine. Just give it proper care. This article will help:


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