Weekly Photo Challenge: Delicate

Bleeding Hearts

Old fashioned Bleeding Hearts in the rain


About Judy @ NewEnglandGardenAndThread

Master Gardener who enjoys gardening, quilting, photography, and traveling.
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12 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Delicate

  1. stunning- Everything here in Canada has a coating of snow. I think I am jealous. Although I ususally just say “like” I REALLY like your stuff.I have used your photos of quilt squares in a couple posts- They are perfect!!


  2. Old fashioned but still deserve a place in our gardens!


  3. gooseyanne says:

    That is so beautiful


  4. Grandma Kc says:

    What beautiful flowers!


  5. Grandma Kc says:

    Beautiful flowers!


  6. Bleeding Hearts are SO perfect for the challenge.

    I grew these in MA and one year when they had just opened up someone walked by with a dog and ignored the animal as it trampled and BROKE the plant in two! I was bent down dead heading another flower and they didn’t see me there..until I jumped up screaming like a madwoman! Do you believe that rude woman didn’t even apologize??!!
    sorry to ramble but i had a flashback at the sight of your photo!!


    • Judy says:

      Oh my goodness. That is not a spring moment a gardener wants to experience especially since their stems are not strong like a daisy or cone flower and they wouldn’t bounce back. Glad you like Bleeding Hearts but sorry I caused an unpleasant memory. Can you grow them where you are now?


  7. Ogee says:

    These, peonies, and lilac trees – my favorite missed flowers from back east!


  8. leduesorelle says:

    These beauties aren’t December blooms, are they?


    • Judy says:

      I wish they were December blooms. No, the picture was from this spring. I’ll just look forward to more pictures of them when the snow and cold is over in NH.


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