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  • Colleen Bacon

    Tiny little prayer bell. Prayer Bells from heaven, oh how sweetly they ring. Ringing out the message of Jesus our King. When you are in trouble or in doubt, Just ring on those prayer bells and God will bring you out.

  • Suzan Oktaria

    Bleeding Hearts

  • Prajakta Dhatrak

    Enkianthus campanulatus 'Red Bells'. Enkianthus is an underused shrub; it's hardy, has a pleasing upright form, pretty flowers in the spring---and in the fall it's spectacular.

  • ServiceRunner

    Red bells #flowers #garden

  • laura villasco

    Red Bell Flowers - Beautiful Flowers - Flowers Flowers Flowers

  • Cynthia Dowsland

    hanging flowers

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