Tuesday, August 30, 2016

8/31/2016 - Outdoor Wednesday - #399 - Hydrangea Plants in our Garden



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Hydrangea photo taken last week.   Notice the color is white.




This week hydrangea plants are turning PINK.  I think these flowers are so much like fireworks on the 4th of July.   Don't you?








A rock garden surrounds these hydrangea plants.  Notice the two circles.  This was not painted on the rock. It was found this way.   Nature sure is full of miracles.

7 comments:

  1. Wonderful flowers, but I have no luck in my garden with this.
    We called them Hortensie!
    Greetings from Germany
    Kirsi

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  2. The hydrangeas are so beautiful. They provide us with so many different colors throughout the year. A great plant to have in the garden.

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  3. Our Hydrangea's are blue and purple. I think it has to do with the make up of the soil.

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  4. I think it might be the soil. Hortensie....mmmm, cute! Thanks for stopping by and commenting.
    JM

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  5. Latane, they do provide us with so many colors. Hydrangea's are now my favorite flower in the garden. Thanks for commenting. Hope you will stop by again.
    JM

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  6. Rhonda, you are so lucky that they are blue and purple. Yes, it must be the soil. Thanks for stopping by.
    JM

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