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

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


  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.

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

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

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

  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?

    1. Naaaah!

  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.

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

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


    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.

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

  11. Thank you everyone for your comments!!!

  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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