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Wordless Wednesday - Plant Changing Color

Wednesday, October 7, 2015


( And not so Wordless)



My hydrangea plant has changed it's color to a light pink and won't be around too much longer due to the fall weather.  I will miss seeing the pretty flowers until next spring.  



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17 comments:

  1. That is so pretty, Julie! I need to harvest some of mine today to dry them for arrangements. xo Diana

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  2. Oh boy, it really is that time of year! Enjoy the last of the color!

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  3. My favorite flower...down here most of them are blue. I have saved some and dried them.

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  4. Mine have changed too and I'm loving how they add to the fall aesthetic outside. I cut some and put them in baskets on the porch too!

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  5. Your hydrangea is beautiful, and it is somewhat sad seeing the last of the beautiful colors as fall is here, and winter is around the corner! Have a wonderful Wednesday :)

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  6. A lovely end to the gardening season, Julie! Love those antique colors! xo Karen

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  7. Beautiful hues in the flowers! Do you bring the flowers in to dry Julie? Then you could enjoy them through the winter too.
    Wendy

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  8. Your hydrangeas are absolutely beautiful, Julie! I'd be sad too, not to see those blooms! Happy WW!

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  9. Ohh those are my fave!! I would love to have some in my yard.

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  10. This is my favorite flower....well one of my many favorite flowers!!!! I'm so jealous of yours!
    Mine did not bloom this year. I planted it last summer and was hoping it would give me beautiful blossoms this year. The plant looks very healthy though.

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  11. Beautiful Julie, Love the change in color to a fallish hue. My hydrangeas never bloomed once this year. Huge plant with no blooms. So strange. Looks like yours did good. Hugs, cm

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  12. It is definitely sad to see the flowers go, but it gives us something to look forward to in spring!

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  13. Mine are a different color, too, now, and I'm enjoying them while they last!

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  14. My grandmother's favorite flower. Until next spring.
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  15. Beautiful! Sorry I've been so late in stopping by to say hello. One week away from my Daughters wedding with so much yet to do. But I wanted to take a little time and see what I've been missing!
    Hope you have a great week!
    ~Laurie

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