Monday, July 19, 2010



Not really sure what type of Hydrangea this one is as it is one of the many plants I take care of that preexisted my tenure as a gardener. The shrub has gotten really big over the years and always yields a lot of blooms.

There are about 70 species of Hydrangeas and quite a few have ornamental purposes. Many cultivars have been developed for the garden including a range of colors, although the most naturally occurring color is white.


Arija said...

May I suggest it is a white one? :) and a beautiful one at that.

Liza said...

Lovely! Mine only bloomed once. :(

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Maria @ LSS said...

Looks so pure. Great shot!

Happy WW.

Cafe au lait said...

Wonderful shot! Thanks for sharing.

Dora said...

So white and pure!

dancingmatilda said...

and beautiful and immaculate shot & flower!