|I have what the tag says is a Yellow Bleeding Heart. It is doing great but I have been unable to find any inf about care and dividing. I saw what looked like it on TV in an Alpine Garden (although their's was bigger). Thanks for your help
|Answer from NGA
February 23, 2001
|Dicentra scandens "Athens Yellow" is a climbing yellow bleeding heart, hardy in warmer zones (ie 7b to 10). It is a loosely growing vine capable of very profuse bloom all season. Perhaps this is what you have. An internet search using the words dicentra scandens at a search engine such as google should bring up some photos for you.
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