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U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Monday, September 5, 2011

Hydrangea Bouquet. My Picture of the Day


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Hydrangea macrophylla Nikko Blue

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24 comments:

  1. The perfect picture flower! Love it with the crystal.

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  2. Beautiful!!!!
    My hydrangea's have all faded by now but even that's beautiful: I grasped those fading colours already with my camera too!
    Bye,
    Marian

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  3. So love poochie smelling the poppies. Your hydrangeas are exquisite ... setting beautifully on the crystal & silver. I hope my newbies of this year will look that good next year. I also bought a pink one.

    Have a beautiful holiday ~
    TTFN ~
    Hugs,
    Marydon

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  4. Gorgeous! All of my hydrangeas have faded now, the brilliant blue but a memory. Sigh. Your hydrangea/ crystal combination is simply elegant.

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  5. B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L!!!!

    I love those photos. They belong in a magazine!

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  6. Absolutely gorgeous! I panted three hydrangeas this spring, (called Hortensia here), but they didn't bloom. I'm hoping for next year...

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  7. Gorgeous blue! They do sell this variety in my zone 5 but it does not always do well.

    Eileen

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  8. Gorgeous, Tatyana! I love the beautiful shade of blue--here our soil is alkaline, so my "blue" blooms always turn out pink:)

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  9. Oh that beautiful blue! Hydrangeas here are pink, not enough acid in the soil. Beautiful Tatyana!

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  10. Does any flower match the blue-ness of hydrangeas? I don't think so. Fabulous photos, Tatyana! Makes me think I should go pick a few myself.

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  11. You know I know its both blue and acidity pink but I love the blue and the wreaths made of hydrangea drying are spectacular!!

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  12. Just lovely! Hope mine bloom better next year. I miss having those gorgeous blooms.

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  13. Hallo Tatjana, lovely that you left a comment at my blog. I am a new follower of yours. I love it. What a beautiful blue color of te flowers. I have never seen this deep blue overhere in Holland.
    Warm whises Marijke from Holland.
    Sorry for the bad english its more then 30 years ago since I have learned it at school.

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  14. What a lovely shade of blue! Right now, I so cherish the blossoms the early fall is presenting...

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  15. The loveliest of blues you have captured there.
    Really fantastic color on your hydrangea.
    Love it!
    The snail below, ewww, but really nice pictures.
    The snail looks like the Spanish killer snail that wreaks havoc in my mohter's garden in Sweden.

    annelie

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  16. Fabulous! You're right they deserved a good report, are beautiful and perfect and enviable blue!
    To them that color should I put pounds of aluminum sulfate with my .....

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  17. Thank you everyone! I am glad these flowers bring good feelings! Answering some questions: I don't add anything in the soil. Our soil is acidic.

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  18. Lovely flower, beautiful color.

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  19. That is so beautiful I think it could classify as the picture of the month! Lovely blue...just takes your breath away. And the way you have arranged them is so complementary.

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  20. Simply beautiful! I love the shots of the Japanese garden as well. The central walkway is especially nice with the mix of rounded pebbles and larger stone pavers.

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  21. I love hydrangeas and, now that I've found it out, I love your blog!

    I'm following you!

    Fracesca from Italy

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  22. very pretty picture:)I like hydrangea, I have this beautiful color ...

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