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Bleeding Heart. i have the pink bleeding heart. i was planted by my great grandma!!!! it never fails to return year after year. its a sweet beauty :)

Lily of the Valley: A delicate and fragrant sign of spring, the Lily of the Valley has inspired a number of legends. One such Christian legend explains that the tears that Mary shed at the cross turned to Lilies of the Valley, prompting the flower to sometimes be referred to as “Our Lady’s Tears.” Another legend tells of Lilies of the Valley springing from the blood of St. George during his battle with the dragon.

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Scent Of Spring Print by Neora Chana Rut

... give me lilacs, please; but plant me the entire tree so that I might enjoy them for all the springs-to-come, together: (Pink and purple) Lilacs - I'd give anything for any colour right now!! I miss them so... I used to smell them first in the morn, and last thing at night, as a girl. They grew near my window... but those bushes are long gone, now! :S....

Fuchsia 'Perky Pink'. Fushsias are so nice in a mild climate zone with ferns and other fairy type plants!

Hawaiian flower: Pua Melia (Plumeria) or frangipani. I want this as a tattoo on the back of neck with my wedding date underneath in a pretty script!(:

Hot-pink leaves with ruffled, variegated borders edged with a thin line of light green make Solenostemon ‘Pink Chaos’ look like an explosion of neon paisley. Grows 6 to 18 inches tall.

Bleeding Heart ~ Dicentra Spectabilis...every garden should have at least one! Simply Beautiful !

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Lily of the Valley

Lily of the Valley | Grams favorite and my favorite.