Endless Summer Hydrangeas

When the time is right.
Go to the Garden.
Speak kindly & Pray softly.
Prune back & Plow ahead!
Just hoping that my
Endless Summer Hydrangeas
and I make it to the end of summer!
All photos by me.
This means bunches of Gerber Daisies for Taylor & Hydrangeas for the rest of us!
A warm welcome to my new followers.  Hope y'all are staying cool!
xo Lisa

11 comments:

Christina @ My Sparrow and greige said...

Hydrangeas are my all time favorite flower in the world! I finally found a good spot for them in my new back yard. It only took me 2 years! Hope all is well with you Lisa!

Best,
Christina

Brooke (CreativeCountryMom) said...

Oh how pretty, yes the endless summers are great cut flowers. I have a new one this year, summer lace, it is small but promising to be a beauty!
~Brooke
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annechovie said...

Your hydrangeas are stunning, Lisa! Thanks so much for dropping by...always a treat to have you visit. Have a wonderful weekend. xx

red ticking said...

love these happy bundles!
hope you are having a wonderful week... xx pam

JMW said...

I LOVE hydrangeas! My goal is to plant some at our new house.

Tamara Matthews-Stephenson said...

Hi Lisa, we are kindred spirits! I love hydrangeas and this pink version is lovely. Your kitchen looks so inviting. I happen to have many cobalt blue versions in my yard and for some reason they do well in the sandy soil of Long Island...although we do have a terrible deer problem this summer...so sad because this lovely family of deer feast daily so it is bittersweet. Sometimes I have found warm water keeps them in vases longer than cold water as they tend to droop after a couple of days, and probably in Kentucky you have this problem as well with the heat. thanks for sharing your pretty garden with us. xo tamara

Renae said...

Lisa,
I love your hydrangeas, it looks like you have a couple of different varieties. Mine are all blue this summer and I know I need to do something with the soil to change them. Last year they were that pretty green which go best with my decor. Your pink ones are quite yummy though and I love the black and white of your kitchen!
xo

michelle said...

I miss my hydrangea garden! Yours are absolutely gorgeous!

Karena said...

I am quite sure I have said this before Lisa.....I adore hydrangeas. Do you ever dry them, just curious....

Karena
Art by Karena

Velvet and Linen said...

I've been waiting patiently for my hydrangeas to bloom! I think I have another couple of weeks to go. Thank you for letting me enjoy your beauties in the meantime!

xo
Brooke

Velvet and Linen said...

I've been waiting patiently for my hydrangeas to bloom! I think I have another couple of weeks to go. Thank you for letting me enjoy your beauties in the meantime!

xo
Brooke