The hydrangeas have had a stellar summer, blooming non-stop.
I love this variety, as the flowers are a bit more subtle than the huge-headed ones, they droop very prettily. The blooms also fade from white to a lovely dark pink in the Autumn, avoiding the half-dead look of their bigger relatives.
This is a photo of one of the last remaining white flowers, on the cusp of turning pink.
Categories: Flowers, Gardening, Nature