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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

October Hydrangea in My Garden. Wordless Wednesday

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  1. Fabulous photos Tatyana of your Hydrangea the colour is amazing .

    I so enjoy your excellent blogs .

  2. Your Hydrangeas certainly gave much more and bigger blooms than the ones in our garden this year. Love how you present them in the gorgeous huge vases in the middle of the green garden. Enjoy!

  3. Wow !!!!! These are huge and beautiful. I wish I could grow hydrangea down here, but alas, no can do. Thank you for these wonderful photos from your gardens, which are so peaceful and lovely.


  4. Gor-gee-ous! Love the tendrils on the vine in the background too!!

  5. Beautiful hydrangeas and stunning presentation!

  6. Impressively huge blooms!!! Lovely too.

  7. What gorgeous large blooms! Are you drying some of those blooms Tatyana? I tired to do a few this summer but mine just welted. I think it was because of the dry summer we had. Have a lovely week.

  8. Beautiful blue Hydrangeas you have. I cannot keep them blue despite gifts of aluin or iron. So I shall have to do with red and pink colours.

  9. Hydrangea's, they are so rewarding and beautiful for a LONG time !

  10. Lovely hydrangeas, i love the dragon statue, it's wonderful.

  11. These are gorgeous hydrangeas!!!

  12. Lovely, and so huge! My Hydrangeas struggled this year because of the drought. Sigh. But they're still beautiful anyway.

  13. I have no Hydrangeas of this color, it's very nice blue!

  14. Most beautiuful shades of blue. I have enjoyed gazing at your lovely photos several times. Peaceful colors.

  15. Thanks for including the ruler. Good grief, those are huge blooms. Beautiful.

  16. Gorgeous! Are you drying them for winter arrangements? I picked one bunch already and have it drying but I think I'll gather several more. They just look so stunning this year, don't they?

    Enjoy the blue sky.

  17. Thank you everyone for your comments! Yes, I dry hydrangea flowers: I just cut them and put into containers without water, it works just fine.


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