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I have gobs of Dicentra spectabilis in my garden, along with a scattering of Dicentra eximia. They all seem happy and do quite well, so that I end up needing to weed lots of baby plants.
Most of the spectabilis have the regular bright pink and white flowers, while several have white flowers ('Alba'). Anyway, last year I found one plant flowering with pale pink flowers that had no white. Unfortunately, I think I weeded it on accident. Oops. After googling, I can't seem to find any mention of this color variety for spectabilis. Has anyone ever had one bloom with that coloration before?