Hydrangea’s are so lush and beautiful this time of year.

We have four large bushes, at the lake cottage, and they’re just full of blooms.


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This pretty French blue color shows up in the early spring and then changes color, during the fall,

to different shades of blues, purple, pinks and greens.

You see them everywhere, here in the south.

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I love the look of Hydrangea's in old blue ball jars,

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or I sometimes put them in this vintage bird cage.

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They’re also so simple and easy to dry, I especially like to use them in arrangements

during the fall and winter months.

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They are usually a long lasting cut flower, these were cut four days ago and they

still look fresh.

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it was the perfect spring morning to enjoy a nice cup of hot tea

in the courtyard,

along with the sounds of chirping birds, trickling water from the fountain…….

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fresh, sweet cherries,

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vintage blue English Chippendale China…

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and of course,  a fresh bouquet of blue Hydrangeas!

If you would like to know more about Hydrangea’s click here.

Thank you so much for stopping by!

I hope you have a happy and safe May 30th!

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Ann@A Sentimental Life said... Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

Your hydrangea's in blue are gorgeous. I plan on using mine for Memorial Day bouquets!

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said... Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

I think hydrangeas are magic! But the magic doesn't happen here! Gorgeous. SO is your table full of blue tranferware. Nice to know you came by!

My Little Home and Garden said... Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

I do so wish my blue hydrangea would grow. I have a huge white one and love the colour of your blooms. I'm off to click your "Follow" button, Mary.

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