Re: Bleeding heart too large for area its in

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Posted by jjj on April 09, 2003 at 12:57:06:

In Reply to: Bleeding heart too large for area its in posted by jennifer on April 08, 2003 at 12:45:58:

: My bleeding heart plant has grown too large over the past two years for the space i had planted it in, I was going to dig it up and "split" it this spring but everything I read is telling me this is too hard on the plant. Can I do this, or if I move it will it be too much of a shock and not bloom this spring or again. Plus I dont have a large shady spot to move it to. Last summer it was trimmed by my husbands lawnmower as he mowed, it just was taking over the yard. any help would be wonderful, Jennifer

You should be able to split it up this spring without too much problem.

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