And, I believe if you dry the petals, and smoke them, they have a similar effect to cannabis. Not that I would recommend any such thing.
Well, I didn’t know that Cro but I think I’m a bit long in the tooth to bother with that ! A glass of wine will suffice ! XXXX
Hydrangeas doing well Jackie. I am not particularly au fait with them so don't really know! xx
I haven’t done anything miraculous ... they just grow like that 🤣 XXXX
My, what big heads you have! They look gorgeous.
They are pretty large .... and pretty. I do love a hydrangea. XXXX
They’re biguns !!! XXXX
Dead-heading them is going to fill up a few bin liners...
It will although, it’s best to leave them on until next Spring when they will turn to dust when I prune them. They look lovely with the frost on them. XXXX
BRAG WOMAN BRAG!!!!!!!!MY Hydrangea Aborescens Annabelle is looking rather SAD these days......I dont think it gets enough WATER!I NEED THAT WATER BOY to FIX that problem..............where is THE ITALIAN when one thinks of these things?AT WORK!!!!!!!XXTHANK you for your beautiful comment for my BIRTHDAY!!!!
My Annabelles have now been hit by the rain and some of the blooms have a brownish tinge ! All part of gardening I guess ! They do love water and droop when they don’t get any ! Hope you are still celebrating ..... you look amazing. XXXX
Wowwww beautuful...🌺🌸🍀🌸🌺!...love Ria 💕🙏stay safe💋
💕 You too Ria. 💕 🙏🌻🌼🌸🌺🥀🎋💐🌷🌹 XXXX
Looks to me like they love you Jackie! Happy, happy hydrangeas!Can you believe I actually came by to see what my girl across the pond :) is up to.How I wish I lived there right now. Things here are insane! and I do mean insane!Love from your friend lying low in Idaho :)))
Oh June ..... I was just thinking of you the other day. I haven’t been a very good friend to you lately. I often miss some of my blogging friends posts as I look at my phone most of the time and it’s not as easy to see if some have posted. I’m so sorry. I shall be over to see you ASAP .... I bet your garden is looking wonderful. I struggle a bit with my roses as they don’t get a lot of sun ! I hope you are all well .... it can be a bit of a struggle sometimes. I miss my family and friends the most. We do see them but not as often. All of you take care and I am coming over to see you right now ! Lots of love. XXXX
They look very beautiful and prosperous, Jackie! In the Netherlands you find many, many Hydrangeas - and their name tells us their secret: Hydra -- water. They drink a lot of water, and once I read the right translation of their name would be: water-slurper.
Oh yes Britta ... they seem to want gallons of water although, some are better than others .... the Annabelle need the most but the mop heads seem to be much less thirsty ! I love them all. XXXX
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