Old fashion bleeding heart (formerly officially Dicentra spectabilis, it's been assigned a new botanical name, Lamprocapnos spectabilis). Most people see why it's called bleeding heart but only those who play with flowers realize the accuracy of its other common name, "Lady in a Bath." Can you see the busty, small waisted lady in her high, narrow Victorian tub?

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