What a lovely Hydrangea!The colour is just amazing!I usually dry them, so I can enjoy them also in winter!Have a nice weekend!
Fabulous photo's, I love the simplicity of your blog and the photo's.
I always get such a sense of peace and tranquility from your blog Diana, and its good to "see" you again!How lucky you are to find Hydrangea's just growing wild in the hedgerows!Have a great weekend.x
me too! me too!
Down my way hydrangeas are mostly pink but I do love them never the less.
Oooh yes! How lucky yours grow blue in the hedgerows. And such beautiful photos! K x
You lucky thing finding such beauties in the hedgerows.One of my favoutie flowers too.Lisa x
I've just discovered you via Heart-shaped - what a lovely blog! I really love the hydrangeas - I, too, blog about the joy of small things, and it is lovely to see your everyday treasures, too.Pomona x
Blue has forever been one of my favourite colours and I did have a hydrangea plant just like your lucky find - but it somehow didn't survive - think it was because I cut it back and you're not supposed to! Also, what you buy isn't always what you end up with - I believe the soil has something to do with the changing colours of this beautiful plant. Lovely pic!
yes, I do like the idea of seeing them in the hedgerows - it must be very beautiful - they are one of my favourite 'flowers' especially when they turn from one shade to the other.. cx
This delicate colour is exquisite. I can't believe they grow in your hedgerows - how lucky you are!
I adore these flowers, they remind me of childhood - our neighbour, an old lady had them growing in abundance in her back garden...but hers were pink.Yours are beautiful.Love Julia xxx
The colour of that Hydrangea is stunning!
Such eye candy for me, thank you!
I noticed these everywhere in Cornwall! So pretty! I wish they would grow in our hedgerows, and herethey would be pink. xx
ooh, I had blue hydrangeas at my wedding last year. so nice to see these again.
That's just gorgeous - lovely blog!
I think this must be the most beautiful hydrangea I have ever seen, and to think it grows in the hedgerow in your part of the world. I would spend good money to have this plant! x
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