Bleeding Hearts

Bleeding Hearts
Bleeding Hearts

Bleeding hearts are so simple and at the same time so exotic looking. They almost look like a lovely pink envelope that has somehow split apart and fallen open to let the white and yellow contents begin to drop out. Surprisingly this was sharper than expected, as it was photographed in the same garden with the high wind blowing as when I took the photo of the Kwanzan cherry blossoms. My green fingered friend again… Enjoy your day, everyone. Sending a big hug out to all who need one. A Flower a Day #304  (NB while I make every effort to identify the flowers posted, I make no guarantee that the name is correct. It’s about the photograph, not the name.:-)

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4 Responses

  1. Like pendants on a charm bracelet, or perhaps, colourful birds diving for dinner in a synchronized fashion, these fashion-designed blooms never fail to inspire the imagination and delight the eye. No one would ever guess that they are a member of the poppy family. They hide their lineage well behind this fancy garb. Thank you, Ellie, for today’s PFD.

    1. I love both of those analogies Janet! In particular the birds one, with semi-folded wings as they begin their descent towards the water! Poppies eh? I didn’t know that! Thanks again.

  2. Lovely as usual Ellie. They are a beautiful plant I remember my mom having those. Contrasting colors really catch your eye. Thanks for the hug I think everybody needs one. Hugs back to you and Steve

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