Japanese Lantern Plant?

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To grow Japanese Lantern plants you will want to plant the seeds two to three feet apart. They plants like to have full sun, but they will also do well in partial shade. Rich soils will give you a better outcome but average soil will work.
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Japanese Lantern Plant Care
Japanese lantern (Dicentra spectabilis) is an upright woodland plant that produces small red, lantern-shaped blooms every spring. The fernlike foliage is deep green. Japanese lantern, also known as fringed leaf bleeding heart, is a sturdy plant hardy to... More »
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