Hello everyone! I hope you had a nice 4th of July. After the breast cancer cruise we came to the lake for a little relaxation and gardening.
Albert has had a wonderful time. We have taken him swimming almost daily, but we had to pass a few times because over the holiday weekend there’s been too many people. He was so upset… I drove him down on his golf cart and someone was fishing where he always goes swimming, he looked at me and then at them…as if to say, why?
I spent a day just weeding my garden.
The Hydrangea bushes are huge this year. I think it’s because we have had so much rain.
I usually try to dry some of them this time of year so they will have this beautiful blue color, but this fall they will be a richer color with more greens and purples.
Last October (10/16/12) I did a post on how to start Hydrangea’s from the mother plant, but for some reason I couldn’t get this link to work. So if you are interested in seeing how I transplant them, go to my posts and type in this date and it should come up.
The one above is one of the new one’s I planted last fall. You can see it’s blooming and it’s a new plant. They’re so easy to transplant.
I hope each of you are having a good summer where ever you are and thank you so much for stopping by.
Take care and I will see you soon!
Mary & AlbertPin It now!