Thursday, August 4, 2011

Hydrangeas

My Limelight Hydrangea is just packed with blooms. I picked a bunch this morning and put them in one of our new metal vases from the shop. (This is the medium size from our Vintaged Petite Metal Vase Collection.) If you're looking for a good performing Hydrangea, I highly recommend the Limelight. It's always packed and healthy, and the blooms turn from creamy white, to soft pink, to an old-fashioned maroon. It's the perfect flower for a country home.


3 comments:

SueBee said...

So pretty! My Hydrangea's won't grow..

Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes said...

I just planted 2 little lamb hydrangeas this spring and have just returned from the garden center looking for lime-lights for the front of my home . . . they had none :-(

Love yours though! Have a great weekend!

Mary

W.C.Camp said...

Wow those plants really are packed with blooms!!! I really like the vase though as it is the perfect foundation for that blossoming display! W.C.C.