Bleeding Heart Flowers Jigsaw Puzzle

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Four bleeding heart flowers hang from a branch in this online jigsaw puzzle. These unique flowers acquired their name from their bold red color and obvious heart shape.

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nana24
Apr 12, 2021
My sister just sent me a picture of Hanging Naked Man orchids. They are really strange. Maybe C4J can post a puzzle of them.
elijah13
Mar 25, 2019
Have heard of them but never seen them.
nhoward
Mar 25, 2019
Same here, elijah. I must try to find some plants here if possible.
pixipixil
Apr 10, 2020
A parishioner where I used to lead the singing brought me five big clumps of them just out of his generous heart. They did well in two of the spots. In the third where I put two they were being strangled so I moved them and now they are getting big again. Mine are pink. They also come in white and with a different leaf than this variety.
Barbaranne
Mar 29, 2019
May I ask you for prayers again, not for me this time, but for my niece Janet who died suddenly from a massive stroke and for her children and grandchildren. It has come as a shock to us all but mostly to them..Thank you in advance.
pixipixil
Apr 10, 2020
Hi Barbaranne:
How are you and your niece Janet's family? It's Good Friday today and I decided a bleeding heart was more appropriate than a bunny so I skipped the Dailies and ended up here. I don't see any replies to you which saddens me. I hope someone prayed for you and your nieces people. I am sending a prayer right now. I believe God will apply it to them for the time they needed it.
Be well and safe.
jas6415
Oct 31, 2019
First time seeing these...Pretty and fun to do
judipd
Aug 20, 2019
Enjoyed this puzzle
elijah13
May 17, 2019
Mystery one this time. Easy to do.
nhoward
Mar 25, 2019
What beautiful flowers! I have never seen these, but often wondered if they were real because no one I know has ever seen them. I guess they must not grow in this neck of the world. Have an amazing day and week with blessings upon blessings!
aussiesapphire
Mar 25, 2019
Yes, quite popular here and grow as a vine, they come in different colours as well. Hugs nborchardt.
aknan
Mar 25, 2019
My grandmother grew these in Arkansas back in the 50s - huge potted plant! We also had one growing in our front flower bed here in Alaska. Aren't they part of the begonia family?
tshepherd24
Mar 25, 2019
I have never heard of or seen these flowers before, but they sure are interesting to look at.
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