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It's All About Rich Moments, Enjoying Prettiness Indoors or Outdoors

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    • janetlea62

      Good morning Princess. Thank you and can you believe we woke up to under sixty degrees this morning?!! In late June??!! Down here? I am in shock but loving it.

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    • janetlea62

      Thank you Carole! I have seen hydrangeas do that and it is gorgeous! It’s probably the prettiest flower there is when the bush does that.

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  1. asouthernersnotebook/Carolyn

    Beautiful post!!! Love your lantana and my hydrangeas are now doing the same thing. What once looked blue as can be has now changed colors. I’m told that that’s when they dry the best. Over the next few days I am going to cut some for that purpose. I’ll have to look for that hydrangea that you just bought. I am in zone 8 in N FL. Hopefully I can find them here at our nurseries.

    Carolyn

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    • janetlea62

      Thank you Carolyn! That is a great idea, I need to put on my rain boots and wade out to mine and start trimming the ones that have changed color. (Kidding, I just get soaking wet feet in my flip flops. 😉 I believe I am in Zone 9 way down here just two hours north of New Orleans.

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  2. Everyday Living

    Jan, thanks so much for sharing with Gardens Galore. My hydrangeas aren’t turning yet! We got lots of rain from the storm, but I was able to spend the morning weeding!…it feels good to get that chore done for a few days!

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    • janetlea62

      Pam, I think we had color in ours a little ahead of you perhaps. We didn’t have a winter this year so they were budding out early. We even had azaleas in February! But we always turn from blue to green early on. You just come on over here and I will put you to work weeding! Haha! Thank you so much for the party.

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  3. Bonnie Morgan

    I’m intriigued by the Bloomstruck hydrangea. I would like to plant one. Thanks for sharing about it. I love when the hydrangeas turn differetnt colors. Mine are doing that too.
    Pretty colorful table with attractive dessert.

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    • janetlea62

      Thank you Bonnie! I am looking forward to seeing what that hydrangea does as well. If it’s a winner we may have to buy several next year.

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    • janetlea62

      Thank you Lulu! That was so stinking cute wasn’t it! I thought about copying it but oh we have so many wasps and hornets that would love to make them a home.

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