This was nice seeing something green and pretty since all I really get to look at is snow and ice. Great choice. Also love your "Gray a day" pictures.
My hostas are never that green: they're always being eaten by slugs, snails and other crawlies!
I love this flowers :) Great H :)
I miss the flowers so much. Still a few months to go before I see anything. This is a real treat — thank you!
Very pretty....nice reminder that it will not be winter forever.
lovely hydrangea. Mine isn't doing so well. Its nice to see a thriving plant.
Our hydrangea are mostly blue, I think the color changes due to the acidity of the soil.
Such fond memories. I can't wait until they start growing my my neighbords yard. I am going to plant some this year I think.
very interesting blog full of good photos. :)
Lovely photo. I see you took it on a wet day - lots of fine raindrops on all the leaves.
Yes Dragonstar, I did take this on a rainy day. I was also shooting through my diningroom window screen so that also softened the focus.
The rainy look is lovely in this photo. Hydrangea is a very forgiving flower in my part of the world, beautiful in gardens, but I hate the dried flowers that some folk put in dry flower arrangements.
I have a hosta in a pot. I keep it standing in water to prevent slugs and snails eating it, and of course, the hostas love very damp conditions so they don't mind a bit!Spring seems late this year. No sign of a leaf yet.
Yiur secret garden sounds intriguing!MY ABC Wednesday post is atMore of Me - EG
Two of my favorites...very pretty H...