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Bleeding Heart (Dicentra spectabilis) 'Gold Heart' - VII - Stock Image

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Bleeding Heart - Dicentra spectabilis 'Gold Heart'.

Dicentra spectabilis also known as Venus's car, bleeding heart, Dutchman's trousers, or lyre flower, is a perennial herbaceous plant native to eastern Asia from Siberia south to Japan. TThe flowers are pendulous, shaped much like hearts with pink outer petals and white inner petals. The flowering season is from early spring to mid summer. The common name of this plant, bleeding heart, comes from the heart-shaped flowers which have a longer inner petal that extends below the 'heart'. It is a popular ornamental plant for flower gardens in temperate climates, and is also used in floristry as a cut flower. Contact with the plant can cause skin irritation from isoquinoline-like alkaloids, in some people.
Cultivar 'Goldheart', a relatively new cultivar developed in 1997 with fuchsia-coloured flowers that drop from the stem in a row, and yellow foliage that turns lime green by mid summer.

Image is captured in 12 bit RAW and processed in Adobe RGB color space. [file:271; Lot:37]

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