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Bleeding Heart

I've been having a great time the last few days swapping plants with
co-workers!  One women wants to give me a start of her red bleeding heart in
exchange for centrathus ruber 'Alba' (Jupiter's Beard.)  However, neither of
us know the best way to propagate bleeding heart or the best time to do it.
Any thoughts out there for those who grow bleeding heart?

One of the plants I got in return was a "Becky daisy."  Anyone know anything
about this one?  Leaves look just like my Shasta daisy.

Thanks in advance!


Bonnie (SW OH-zone 5)

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