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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Wordless Wednesday

(Hydrangea blooms still hanging on in February)

10 comments:

Mildred said...

Good Morning, Mari. We recently trimmed our hydrangea bush and noted that green leaves are beginning to show up! One of the prettiest Christmas trees I ever saw was filled with dried hydrangea blooms in a historic house. Have a good day.

Simply Linda said...

Oh wow....not here....nothing here--it is snowing heavy, yep, heard that right, yet again. Hope you have a beautiful day friend.

Laura said...

Mine are too! I love my hydrangea bushes. Did you know that if you cut hydrangea blooms and just let them run out of water in the vase they'll dry perfectly right in the house? I've done that before and they keep perfectly until they get too dusty (or maybe that's just in my house!)...

junkismine.blogspot.com said...

I think they are pretty, even in this state. Enjoy your day and hope you dont have to work too hard.

Betsy Brock said...

...in all their sepia winter splendor. :)

Carrie B. said...

ONe of my favorites! Great shot Mari! It's been mild here and I sure hope it continues! ;) xoxo

Dianna said...

Oh my goodness...even with all of the snow you've had. Amazing!

Terri D said...

Mari, I am catching up with a few of my friends tonight! A lovely photo!

White Lace and Promises said...

Love, love dried hydrangeas. They do hang on. My daugter and husband had a bush at their old house.

Jenny said...

Awww! That's kind of sad but beautiful too. Our hydrangeas never want to let go either. xoxo