Answer: Dicentra, the Bleeding Heart, is a prolific plant in the right place. You should wait until late fall, after the foliage has died down, to divide and transplant your Bleeding Heart. Just dig and divide the root mass, taking sections of roots with a stem attached, and plant them in their new homes. Mark the plants with a stick or stake so you won't forget where you've planted them. In the spring you'll have several new Bleeding Heart plants.
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