Your French Hydrangea is a beauty and her vivid colors really appeal to me. Love the way you styled “her”,on the porch with the gray bench, and I’m ready for a glass of tea… it’s already hot and muggy here, and it isn’t even 8 am.
Have a great weekend…hope it’s cooler at your house.
I think your hydrangeas are stunningly beautiful. They have made my morning! Enjoy your Saturday!
A favorite of mine, the rich colors, the spectrum of hues. We have a large white one but it cannot match the magnificence of the smaller ones in the front. Wonder how she feels about crepe myrtle? beautiful setting and pictures by the way. :)
My absolute favorite flower!! I have a garden full of them…..all kinds and colors! In fact, I am watering them right now as it has been so hot here in North Carolina this past week….and no rain :( Thanks for sharing this…I love it!
Is there a way to keep potted hydrangeas alive. I have a screened in porch at my condo in Missouri. I have been told they need to be planted in the ground, they are not meant for a potted garden.
Beautiful pictures. We used them in my daughter’s wedding and reception. Bridesmaids wore navy blue and the interior of the church was palest blue. It was lovely. Thanks for bringing back precious memories.
I love , love love them! Any color any variety! Up here it is a great year for them, too!
They are absolutely stunning! While I love the whites and pale hues, these are such an amazing vibrant pop of color, just beautiful!
Love this post. I don’t know this hydrangea, and I plan to find out if it cane grow in my area. Photos are stunning!
I adore hydrangeas. Any variety and color is fine with me. They are such a beautiful flower. Your photos are wonderful.
forward to French Hydrangea,—you are so beautiful you take my breath away. Please come and live in my backyard love Vincette
Mary, another perfect post. I love the color of French Hydrangeas. Yours are gorgeous.
Sadly our Endless Summers are looking sad in the heat and humidity of this St Louis Summer. I don’t know why. Hope they perk up soon!
Absolutely gorgeous! Love the specks of color in the second pic! I love bright colors and think these are just fab-enjoy:@)
Stunning! I was not familiar with the French variety!
Mmmm – those colours are wonderful. They remind me of the colours of the rhodos that I so love in May and June. It’s lovely to have those shades later in the summer too.
Your hydrangeas are gorgeous and I love the weathered furniture too. At one of our local restaurants the label it southern tea(sweet) or northern tea. Kinda cute.
Mary, French hydrangeas are always welcome here as are her cousins. ;-)
Beautiful way to start my morning – thank you!
I have the enormous blue ones Mary. My grandmother did too at her home in S.C. and I cannot see them without thinking of her and those blooms flanking the front door.
I love your beautiful hydrangea. The color is one of my favorites. Lovely displays and the bird houses are cute. Lovely post, Mary!
Gorgeous hydrangeas, such deep beautiful colors.
How lovely! I don’t know a lot about hydrangeas, though I do think that this French variety is rich and elegant. Beautiful photos and a beautiful mosaic!
Hydrangeas are my favorite flower and these are such vibrant blues! I love your little watering can. Everything is lovely!
I am starting to think that we are all a little bewitched by the hydrangea this year. Your blooms are just stunning….I love the colors!
Love the colours of the hydrangeas and the composition of your seating arrangements. Valerie
You’re so right about hydrangeas being “southern” like sweet tea. And I don’t blame those other flowers a bit for being a little jealous. The hydrangeas are quite sassy in their splendor.
Oh my!!! How very beautiful!!!!! Wishing you a wonderful week!
I love her. She is my very favorite flower. Hard tell how many time I have put paint to canvas to sing her praises.
Gardening is usually my passion simply because it really aids myself to enjoy and relax. I like to grow flowers both indoors as well as outside the house. My own favorite plants are usually tropical ornamental plants and flowers as well as fruit bearing plants.
They are beautiful! I don’t have any to enjoy here, but I do love them.
Gorgeous. I have a hydrangea that I’m trying to baby along. It was given to me as a gift. Looks good, but no blooms … maybe next year. Meanwhile, I’ll enjoy yours!
Oh wow, the color is unreal, so vibrant. I’ll have some lemon iced tea also. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, marty
Susan and Bentley
WOW, these are refreshing and absolutely GORGEOUS~
As you can see, I am trying to catch up on the posts I missed last week! You posted this as I was driving to OBX:) I have to say I LOVE these gorgeous, vibrant colors too. I love my blues and whites too but these are simply gorgeous. Thanks for sharing mORE of the beauty that surrounds you. XO, Pinky
Your hydrangeas are such a vivid hue–so beautiful! Thank you for sharing the lovely pictures with us, and have a fantastic weekend.
Love, love your hydrangeas…Mine seem to have gone crazy this year…I just love the vivid pinks, blue and gorgeous purples….Always love seeing things staged against the backdrop of that beautiful bench!
The bolder, deeper colors of your hydrangeas are gorgeous!
My post is about hydrangeas too this week, your blues are stunning but I have pink, white & green in my Normandy garden.
I love the colors of your “hortensia” and I love also your seating arrengements !!! Un post charmant….
Totally breath taking! The colors are magnificent. I love hydrangea anyway but these are amazing. REALLY! :)
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