Old fashioned Bleeding Hearts in the rain
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!!
Well, thank you for the nice words. We haven’t had much snow yet this year but we have some flurries coming our way.
Old fashioned but still deserve a place in our gardens!
That is so beautiful
Thank you. I just love Bleeding Hearts and have divided my one original plant so I have several in different parts of the yard to enjoy
What beautiful flowers!
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!!
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?
These, peonies, and lilac trees – my favorite missed flowers from back east!
These beauties aren’t December blooms, are they?
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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