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Friday, June 29, 2012

ANNABELLE HYDRANGEAS FROM THE GARDEN


I picked a few SWEET ANNABELLE HYDRANGEAS from the GARDEN today. They look so PRETTY in my kitchen!




I will be picking more soon for drying. The SWEET ANNABELLES are BEAUTIFUL this year. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do. From one sweetie to another~~~~~Roxie

13 comments:

  1. Hydrangeas are such a stunning flower - yours are absolutely gorgeous!
    As a florist I find it hard to decide on which flower is my favourite.... so thank you Roxie for reminding me how beautiful these are!! :-)

    Vanessa x
    www.what-vanessa-does.blogspot.com

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  2. I'm so jealous!My hydrangea Bush starts out looking so full and beautiful and then the heat comes. Phewy! Your's are lovely though. I didn't know they came in white. Thank you for sharing your pretties. :)

    Debra@stylewisebydebra.blogspot.com

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    1. Debra, the ANNABELLE is an old-fashioned variety and have been around a long time. I think it's been overlooked by all the NEW varieties. I was told, they are very hard to find-at least in my area. I have had mine for almost 15 years and purchased them at a nursery that was family owned 100 yrs. They carried old varieties in many plants. They are out of business now. But Thanks for the sweet comments! Roxie

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  3. These are beautiful. My hydrangea bush is still so small that there are only 4 blooms. Maybe next year I will have enough to cut some :)

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  4. Roxie..
    your hydrageas are gorgeous!!

    I wonder if there is a variety of hydrageas that would grow in our zone 4, and be resistant to deer??
    I need to check it out, as I've always loved hydrageas, and would be over the moon happy to be able to grow them!

    Enjoy your weekend.
    {{hugs}}
    Kerin

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  5. Hi Roxie, Your Hydrangeas are beautiful they are one of my favorite flowers, but I can't seem to get them to grow here. I think that our climate is to dry. When our daughter gave birth to our second granddaughter I had a bouquet sent to the hospital with Hydrangea, daisies, one pink rose and two pink rose buds. My daughter's middle name is Rose, and her two daughters also share that same middle name (my middle name, too). She said it was the prettiest bouquet she had ever seen.

    I have had four people ask if I sold my water bottles bags on Esty. Do you have an Esty shop? I do not know anything about them. How do you start one? If you have any information I sure would be interested. I am very happy that you like my little idea. I'll be seeing my granddaughters over the 4th of July, so I'll give them their bottle bags then. Have a great 4th, Connie :)

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    1. Connie, I do not have an ETSY shop, tho I have thought about it. I have also researched it, but at this time decided against it. Maybe in the future. I am sure your granddaughters will love their little "bottle purses". I did! from one sweetie to another~~~~Roxie

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  6. Such gorgeous hydrangeas! I had green ones in my wedding, and loved them! So pretty! I love how fluffy yours look! Happy weekend! xo Heather

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  7. Beautiful! I do love the annabelle. It was my centerpiece for my dining room for Memorial Day

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  8. If you can dry those how great that would be. They look very very pretty.

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  9. soooo pretty! thanks for coming by Georgie Emerson! Nice to connect with you!! I'm your newest follower!!

    Polly

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  10. Beautiful flowers!! The "vase" is nice too.

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  11. thanks for sharing.

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