the movie was a bummer to me.. these are beautiful flowers, especially the unknown variety
I don't know what the flowers are but, gosh, they are pretty. So soft and delicate looking.
Good morning! These are wonderful pictures again <3The white/pink one might be a variety of "Dicentra formosa" or "Lamprocapnos spectabilis" - in Germany we call them "Herzblume // heart-flower" or "Tränendes Herz // bleeding heart // Lady in a Bath"Over here in Germany north-east, at the baltic coast, these days we are enjoying the scent of lilacs .... hmmmmmAllerliebste Grüße für dich!mo jour
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Oops. Correction. Thanks Mo for the names. Sorry, I still managed to get it all mixed up when writing my reply. I think these must be Dicentra, in Swedish called Fänrikshjärta = 2nd Lieutenant's heart. The Lamprocapnos in Swedish is called Löjtnantshjärta = Lieutenant's heart.
Never seen the movie, either, although it was a big hit with people my age when it came out in the 1980s... Just wasn't interested, I guess.Magnolia have all gone for weeks here, their glory only lasted for a short time, and I am glad I managed to capture some of it on camera this year.The other flowers look a little as if they could be related to "Bleeding Hearts".
May here was chilly throughout, which slowed spring down a bit, Meike. The advantage of that being that many of the early flowers have lasted a lot longer than usual this year! And you're right about the other flowers being realted to the "bleeding hearts" - see my reply to Mo Jour.
I have a number of beautiful deep red dicentra "King of Hearts" in flower at the moment and I would agree that your photographs look like dicentra. They are beautiful.
We have a saying in Sweden that "a beloved child has many names", Graham. To add to my confusion, when I looked up Mo's suggestions I found that the Lamprocapnos spectabilis is also (previously) known as Dicentra spectabilis... Anyway they're all beautiful!!!
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