Almost Wordless Wednesday on The Acreage

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The Bleeding Hearts have made their spring debut!
(and so has the pollen invasion!)

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Comments

  1. I don’t want you to feel bad, but this post made tears come to my eyes. My late moms favorite. Dad had them growing in one place in the yard by the Madonna. Every year she would go out here when they would start to bloom and was so in awe of these. I thought they looked like peas as a kid. Oh the fond memories of my parents I miss them so much.. Thanks for posting, I totally forgot about these flowers.. a part of my soul… thankyou!

  2. I have to go check to see if mine are coming up yet. We are supposed to get back to cold this weekend – boo!

  3. Yje snowdrops are the only flowers blooming so far but this warm weather forsythia and magnolias can’t be far behind:D

  4. Ohhhh,I think bleeding hearts are so precious.

    Nothing coming up here, just coming down—-snow! Ha! Susan

  5. I love these and thanks for the sneak preview. I’ll probably be seeing mine – in May.

  6. What gorgeous flowers!

  7. Oh they are so beautiful Roz.

  8. Oh what a breath of fresh air!! We got 12 inches of snow yesterday and it is 7 degrees, I so envy you!! anne

  9. This really cheered me up Roz – we got more snow yesterday as well! How pretty they are!

  10. Beautiful. Happy spring.

  11. What a robust bleeding heart, the flowers are just so much bigger than the poor, spindly things I grow. Gorgeous!

  12. It looks beautiful. I did have some white ones in my yard, but lost them due to problem. Will have to buy some pink ones now.

  13. I can’t wait till mine are even out of the ground!!! blooming will be a while! lol
    thanks for linking in today and sharing this great bleeding heart. I hope you will share again soon!

  14. Gorgeous blooms! I’ve been feeling the effects…sneezing like crazy today. Oh well…the beauty is worth it, right??

  15. As you know I’ve been MIA lately. I’m glad to be back and catching up on blogs. Your new look is so pretty!

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