Bleeding Hearts

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  1. Clay_22

    Clay_22 In Flower

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    Started many years ago from 2 bare roots. It has grown to 8 bushes all over the property with many given to 4 other family or friends. Feels good to be successful and to share with others . 0430231213-1.jpg
     
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    Oh, how beautiful! Bleeding Hearts don't do well (actually at all) in our climate, but when we lived in upstate NY we had them. Such a pleasure to see them again, and so vigorous!
     
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    Jewell Incorrigible Gardener Plants Contributor

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    A masterpiece of gardening :stew1:
     
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    What a gorgeous example you are showing. That plant must be very happy there.
     
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    MIKE ALLEN Seedling

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    SO, so sorry. But my devilish sense of humour intervenes.

    Some years ago. (here we go again) there was a BBC TV programme that featured a female artist Peggy Mount. Whose memorable quote was. Take your bleeding heart elsewhere.
     
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