Dicentra cucullaria Pink

Height to 30 cms. Spring emergng fern-like leaves with arching stems carrying dusky pink blooms. Woodland ground cover. Winter dormant.
SKU: PEREN-SHADE-DCP
$11.00

Height to 30 cms. Spring emergng fern-like leaves with arching stems carrying dusky pink blooms. Woodland ground cover. Winter dormant.

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