Clerodendrum 'Bleeding Heart Vine'
Growing Bleeding Heart Vines
- Select a sunny and well drained soil for planting.
- Bleeding Heart vine flower needs good sunlight.
- Good amount of water is needed to the plant.
- Bleeding Heart vines is mainly propagated by cuttings in late sunny day and well drained soil for the spring or summer.
- Bleeding Heart vines can also propagated from seed in spring.
- Feed the Bleeding Heart vine flower plant every 2 weeks.
- Pruning is also necessary, in winter.
- Cuttings will root in 10-14 days, but there should be a mist.
- After the cuttings root in the container, supply the plant with good fertilizer.
- Place the plant in the container and water it.
- Provide 2 inches of mulch around the plant.
Caring Bleeding Heart Vines
- To have a great bloom, cut the plant intermittently after blooming.
- In mid spring give plenty of water.
- Pruning should be done in late winter, so as to encourage new growth.