What better flower to represent Valentine’s Day than Dicentra spectabilis or Bleeding Heart?
Absolutely a classic. Lovely shot.
Hope you’re having a great day!
Thanks, Jackie. You too!
That would make the perfect Valentine’s card. So lovely.
Happy Valentine’s Day to you.
What a nice thing to say–thank you, Caroline. Do you celebrate the day over there?
No, we don’t. They try to promote it but so far it didn’t really work. I think Germany does it now. And of course in France and the UK but Switzerland is rather closed to foreign traditions. Halloween didn’t work either.
I’m a little surprised since St. Valentine was from Europe. Some of these holidays have gotten so commercialized, so it may not be a bad thing, Caroline.
So delicately beautiful, Carole.
That describes bleeding heart so perfectly, Cheryl.
Just gorgeous! Lots of love to you!
Thank you, Marina!
Perfect! Hope you had a marvelous day.
Yes, thank you! Hope you did too.
My mom always had bleeding hearts in her garden when she lived in a “hospitable” climate. 🙂 This is really pretty.
Thanks, Jennie. I’m going to miss them, now that I’m in too warm a climate. I’ll survive somehow. 🙂
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