Sunday, 22 August 2010

TODAY’S FLOWERS 107

Thanks to Denise, I went out last weekend and photographed my Hydrangeas.
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They have been magnificent this year due to the rain.
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There are blue ones.
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Pinky Purple ones.
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Blue, pink and yellowy ones.
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And my favourite, the young flowers just emerging in all their brightness
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Grown so vigorously that they are blocking the path and kissing the bush on the other side.

And more fab flowers are here -

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TODAY'S FLOWERS TEAM



LUIZ SANTILLI JR. - DENISE IN VIRGINIA - LAERTE PUPO - VALKYRIE

15 comments:

  1. They do look really great. Once I figured out not to prune my Hydrangeas in the spring I have been having a lot more flowers.

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  2. Lovely flowers. Very beautiful.

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  3. Your hydrangeas are gorgeous. Oh how I wish I could grow this variety in my Zone 4 garden but it's just a tad too cold here in winter.

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  4. These are stunning! Those new little green shoots make that particular photo just pop - lovely!

    (Carletta's Captures)

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  5. OMG These are BEAUTIFUL ~ you've just convinced me to plant some next year. I LOVE the hydrangeas but the blues are the cream of the crop. Thanks for sharing. You just found yourself a new 'follower'

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  6. Very lovely flowers. Amazing color and variety.

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  7. Your hydrangeas look beautiful, love the colors.

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  8. Lovely blooms!

    Wild Beauties. Have a safe and blessed Sunday!

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  9. Very Gorgeous! I love those Hydrangeas, I like the pink one an dthe purple one. Happy Sunday!

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  10. I love hydrangeas. They are bright, cheerful, long-lived and reliable, just like a good spouse ;-)

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  11. I lvoe the smell Hydrangeas, the Blue variety is my favorite. Thanks for sharing:)

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  12. Your hydrangeas are gorgeous. I have a big one that blocked my gate and I realized it had put out babies. I dug up the part of the bush that blocked the gate and put it in a spot in my back garden. Now it's almost as big as the mother bush. The mother has put out babies again but not sure I have the energy to divide it again.

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  13. I loved your post!
    Fantastic Hydrangeas!
    Thanks for porting for TODAY'S FLOWERS!

    Luiz

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  14. Sorry I am late in visiting JJ. Thank you so much for crediting me with you going out and taking these lovely photographs. Your hydrangeas are gorgeous! I love how your hydrangea bush is multi-colored, makes it rather special.
    An English Girl Rambles

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