Weekly Photo Challenge: Spring

Bleeding Heart

For more photo interpretations of spring check out the Daily Post.

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About Judy @ NewEnglandGardenAndThread

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

  1. I am so ready to see bleeding heart blooming! Beautiful Judy!

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  2. alifemoment says:

    So beautiful so colourful, I never seen this flowers!!

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  3. LaLindaArtStudio says:

    Wow, gorgeous!

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  4. Grandma Kc says:

    That really made me smile. So pretty and so fragile looking. Happy Spring!

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  5. CrazyGuyinThailand says:

    Beautiful!

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  6. Joyce says:

    It looks like a lovely arched entrance to a fairy cave. Amazing all the detail in one little blossom!

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  7. Judy my hubby wants to know when yours typically bloom and for what duration?? Sun or shade ?

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    • They are about six inches tall right now so it will be a little while. I’ll email you when they start. I have them in mostly shade. They can take some sun but not hot afternoon sun. I have pink and white and really want a red one. They can also be divided easily so you can spread them around. They are just the most magical plant to me that they can produce a bloom that is so gorgeous.The foliage stays green until the severe heat of the summer comes and they start to turn yellow so I usually just trim them back to the ground and wait for the next spring.

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      • We saw one in bloom on Saturday in Lewes DE, and he was surprised it was so early. I showed him your pictures and it sparked a nice memory of his childhood and “mom’s” flowers. Nice to know they would work in the shade. I have to consider them for my shady front yard.

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  8. pbmgarden says:

    Charming photo Judy.

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  9. Barb says:

    I have trouble growing Bleeding Heart at altitude – it was my mother’s favorite.

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  10. I have to apologize for the bleep of error last week. I have Foxtail FERNS…not flowers at my new house. I didn’t want you to think I have dangerous plants at my home. LOL! Your photo is amazing of this darling plant.

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  11. I have both white and pink bleeding hearts, they should be blooming in just a few days.

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  12. We are so far behind this year, my Bleeding Hearts are just green buds barely out of the ground. Soon I hope, soon!

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  13. I love bleeding hearts! Mine are not yet fully blooming.

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  14. Gorgeous! I know they grow well in the shade, but do these flowers like a hotter climate or a more mild mediterranean climate?

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