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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

There's No Such Thing as Too Much Hydrangea. My Pictures of the Day

 
 
 


Flowers belong to Endless Summer, Nikko Blue and  Princess Lace Hydrangea.
 

***Copyright 2012 TatyanaS

15 comments:

  1. Uwielbiam Twoje wazony i hortensje w nich. Wspaniałe zdjęcia. Nawet pokój się odbija w wazonie. Pozdrawiam.
    Uwielbiam Twoje wazony i hortensje w nich. Wspaniałe zdjęcia. Nawet pokój się odbija w wazonie. Pozdrawiam.

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  2. I wish I thought to bring some blossoms in before they all faded to nothing.

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  3. So beautiful Tatyana! I am with you girl there can never be too many hydrangeas in the garden or in a vase. :)

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  4. Gorgeous blooms, Tatyana! I meant to dry some hydrangea blooms this year and bring them inside...I wonder if it's too late?

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  5. I used to hate the old ladyness of hydrangeas, even the thought smelt like lineament. Love them now. Does this mean I've waddled into the old lady ranks meself?

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    1. Naaaah! http://tuckshopgardener.blogspot.co.uk/2012/07/hydrangeas-not-just-for-grannies.html

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  6. Beautiful! I totally agree that you can never have too many hydrangeas. With the drought this year, my hydrangea flowers faded all too quickly.

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  7. Hear hear!! Love hydrangeas, in bloom and dried....can't have too many.

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  8. There can never be too much of any plant that we love.

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  9. http://tuckshopgardener.blogspot.co.uk/2012/07/hydrangeas-not-just-for-grannies.html


    Hear, hear! Sarah Raven has a fabulous idea for hydrangea heads with silver birch twigs to cover a wreath frame. Try it on your door for Christmas. They dry brilliantly.

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  10. You could probably fit a few more in there if you really tried! Hydrangeas are such lovely flowers!

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  11. Thank you everyone for your comments!!!

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  12. I picked and dried a lot of my hydrangeas too. They're so pretty. Sometimes I'll spray them with spray glitter which really makes them special.

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