The hearts are lovely - I've never noticed that about leaves!
Aw Sherry, me too dearest, me too... beautiful heartfelt leaves.
So meaningful and so nice. I do, too, Sherry.
Great post, Sherry! The final line surprised and pleased me! Nicely done - beautiful photos, as usual...
I love this entry... devoted to leafs shaped like hearts. :-))))Mari-Nanci
A very good study of leaves, Sherry :-) Enjoyed your pics as always!
Heart shaped leaves ... no wonder we love our plants so much :-}
Dear Saucy,Learning the leaves is nice. It means I can id without the flowers.My heart shaped bed is planted with an Eastern Redbud and underplanted with spring bulbs. I have been looking for a heart shaped summer ground cover and when I found the wild ginger I was very pleased. It is a herb and a perennial. It grows low to the ground and the bulbs will still be able to come up through it in the spring.Leaves are very cool!Sherry
Dear Jayne,I cry sometimes when I see a butterfly! A bird song can tear me right up! I maybe a bit touched...Oh well, they still take my Visa!Hearts and flowers to you,Sherry
Dear Mary,We are just heart full folks.It is good to care deeply.Sherry
Dear tumblewords,I threw in a little "me" this time!I do lots of bird and butterfly reports. Sometimes it is nice to get personal.Thank you.Sherry
Dear Mari-Nanci,I often fall in love with a plant because of it's leaves.Sherry
Dear Chris,Leaves are so interesting. Years ago I did leaf art. I did the photo sensitive papers and arranged leaves on it and left it out in the summer sun. It was fun.Glad you enjoyed this leaf post!Sherry
*****Sherry Honey,You do indeed wear your heart on your sleeve, and I do believe you are touched too, hehe. Aren't we all a bit touched?I love this post so much! I also wanted to mention, isn't the Catalpa leaf heart shaped too? I love the ones down by the Nelson Art Gallery, and have watched them bloom every spring for years! They are just magnificent.Love you beyond the trees,*sprite
Dear Deb,I seem to be drawn to the heart shaped leafed plants! I have more than just the four I posted. We do love our plants!Sherry
Dear Sprite,Oh yes, my heart breaks and is remended rather often! I do experience life rather intensely.Yesterday I walked at the cemetery across the street from my house and spent some quality time with a Catalpa Tree. I think the leaves are rather heart shaped...I did post on my walk on Walking in Beauty yesterday. Very interesting you would mention the Catalpa Tree!They are very beautiful...Next spring I hope to still be walking each morning and I will do a trees in bloom post. That will be very fun. I will make a note of it.I pretended today, when I was with another tree on my morning walk, I had a tree house. I would like one.Butterfly kisses,Sherry
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