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bleeding hearts


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  • n. Plural form of bleeding heart.


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  • Bennie could see white and yellow daisies, a thatch of pink and red rosebushes, and maroon bleeding hearts with other perennials.


  • Among the newspapers Linda Fern had given me, The Pump had stirred up most disgust, and after about six phone calls I ran to earth the man who'd practically burned holes in the page with the heat of his prose; Kevin Mills, The Pump's chief bleeding hearts reporter.

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  • The name bleeding heart describes the unique flowers, which resemble tiny pink or white hearts with drops of blood at the bottom. Dicentra eximia has a fernlike bluish-green foliage, while Dicentra spectabilis has a palmately-compound leaf. Dicentra formosa, the Western Bleeding Heart, is very similar to Dicentra eximia.

    February 17, 2008