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Dicentra eximia fringed bleeding heart

Cypress Vine Red This beautiful hard to find color annual vine has red star shaped blossoms on feathery vines. In no time at all, this whispy vine can cover a vertical surface up to 10 feet. I grow these in a window box to grow over my storage shed; they will almost cover the top with what looks like a soft cloud of red small trumpets. This is also an excellent plant for the mailbox post. Neighbors are always stopping by to ask what this plant is. Visit my gallery for more pictures
Dicentra eximia fringed bleeding heart

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Seeds from this Dicentra eximia Fringed Bleeding Heart. Fringed bleeding heart is a native wildflower of the eastern United States that typically occurs on forest floors, rocky woods and ledges in the Appalachian Mountains. Features deeply-cut, fern-like, grayish-green, foliage which persists throughout the growing season and pink to purplish red, nodding, heart-shaped flowers carried above the foliage on long, leafless, leaning stems. Protruding inner petals of the flower appear to form a drop of blood at the bottom of each heart-shaped flower hence the common name of bleeding heart. Plant typically grows to 15" tall, with the flower stems and basal leaves growing directly out of the scaly rootstock. Bloom begins in late spring. In cooler climates, flowering may continue throughout the summer, but in the hotter climates, the flowering will generally stop in hot weather, with a possible rebloom occurring only when the weather cools in late summer or early fall. Zones 3 to 9.



Dicentra Macrocapnos Golden Bleeding Heart

seeds of Dicentra Macrocapnos Bleeding Heart vine.  Himalayan climber having golden heart shaped flowers with finely-cut green leaves which are sprinkled with silver. Although somewhat  resembling Dicentra scandens, it produces flat, pea-like seed pods rather than fat red sausage-shaped ones. This perennial plant is hardy to zones 6-9 and grows 10 - 12 feet.
Dicentra Macrocapnos Golden Bleeding Heart

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Seeds from Dicentra scandens Golden Tears vine. Himalayan climber having golden heart shaped flowers with finely-cut green leaves which are sprinkled with silver. Although somewhat resembling Dicentra scandens, it produces flat, pea-like seed pods rather than fat red sausage-shaped ones. This perennial plant is hardy to zones 6-9 and grows 10 - 12 feet.



Dioscorea batatas Cinnamon Vine

bulbetts of this wonderful bulberous vine, Dioscorea batatas, that I grow in pots on my patio. The leaves are pointed 1 wide and 2 long and are very shiny with deep purple veins. This plant has never blossomed for me but does produce very small tubers along the stem as it grows.This plant will form a beautiful vine for the patio and along a trellis or quick growth for a covered patio area.
Dioscorea batatas Cinnamon Vine

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Bulbetts of this wonderful bulberous vine, Dioscorea batatas, that I grow in pots on my patio. The leaves are pointed 1 wide and 2 long and are very shiny with deep purple veins. This plant has never blossomed for me but does produce very small tubers along the stem as it grows. This plant will form a vine for the patio and along a trellis or quick growth for a covered patio area. Zones 5-11



Dioscorea bulbifera Air Potato Vine seeds 1/2 to 1 inch

2 small 1/2" to 1" seeds(or potatos)of this wonderful Dioscorea bulbifera vine that I grow in pots on my patio. The leaves are 2 to 6 wide, very shiny, heart shaped and deeply veined. The flowers are produced in the fall and hang down with small white starlike buds and are very attractive. This plant is also known as air potatoes because they form small bulbs along the vines as they grow. They will form a beautiful vine for the patio and along a trellis or quick growth for a covered patio area. wonderful Dioscorea bulbifera vine that I grow in pots on my patio. The leaves are 2 to 6 wide, very shiny, heart shaped and deeply veined. The flowers are produced in the fall and hang down with small white starlike buds and are very attractive. This plant is also known as air potatoes because they form small bulbs along the vines as they grow. They will form a beautiful vine for the patio and along a trellis or quick growth for a covered patio area.
Dioscorea bulbifera Air Potato Vine seeds 1/2 to 1 inch

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1 pound from this wonderful Dioscorea bulbifera vine that I grow in pots on my patio. The leaves are 2 to 6 inches wide, very shiny, heart shaped and deeply veined. The flowers are produced in the fall and hang down with small white star-like buds and are very attractive. This plant is also known as air potatoes because they form small bulbs along the vines as they grow. They will form a vine for the patio and along a trellis or quick growth for a covered patio area. Zones 9 to 11.



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