Magnificent, thanks for sharing.can you tell me what kind of flower(1st photo) is it?
Thank you Susana!The plant's popular name is Bleeding Heart and is also known as Dicentra. It grows to be 3 to 3.5 feet in zones 3-9 in the US. It can be grown in full sun to partial shade, but prefers shade in the warmer areas.I was amazed to see the bloom so early as it usually blooms in late Spring - but there is was on the very first day!Thanks so much for writing!
thanks for telling me, sounds a bit sorrow .
It's a beautiful plant no matter what the name! It's certainly cheerful to see in the Spring after a cold cold winter!
This is my first look at your blog. It is a real treat, Donna, I love how you see the world. I especially love your dogwood flowers, thank you for all the lovely photographs.
You are so sweet! Thanks for visiting LL!!! Love you!!
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