Tag: Limelight Hydrangeas

Late Summer Garden Update: Winged Beauties, Blooms & Bunnies Around the Potting Shed

I’ve been stalking butterflies, hummingbirds and moths with my camera lately. They provide some welcome color in the heat of summer when the flowers are waning and add another dimension to the garden.  I’m all aflutter over these winged beauties blooming in the garden! Warning photo heavy post ahead. . .🦋🌸🦋🌺🦋 Eastern Tiger Swallowtail is…

Public Service Annoucement: Plant a Limelight Hydrangea…or Five

This is a public service announcement: If you’re looking for an easy to grow, low maintenance shrub in your garden that will provide you with both beautiful cut and dried flowers, plant a Limelight Hydrangea! I have five Limelight hydrangeas planted around the Potting Shed. ‘Limelight’ is a paniculata hydrangea with panicle-shaped flower heads that grow…

Pumpkins and Plaid Alfresco Fall Table

I’m lakeside with plaid and pumpkins, for an alfresco fall table! I’m mad about plaid no matter what the season and I found this plaid metal bucket recently, to complement a set of fall plaid plates. I filled the plaid container with dried Limelight Hydrangeas for an easy centerpiece for the table. Harvest Blessing Pumpkin…