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Dicentra eximia
Fringed Bleeding Heart

Fringed Bleeding Heart, a much more compact version of the traditional Bleeding Heart, has a second advantage in that its foliage will often survive the entire Summer in good shape without going dormant, unless an unusually long period of drought occurs.


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