Something cheerier today – one of nature’s many blessings. I’ve quite a collection of pictures of hydrangeas in antique, autumnal colours, but have selected this for its clear, uplifting colour and the freshness of the raindrops.
While I’m calling it lavender-blue, there’s a good hint of pink. It’s wonderful how the colours of hydrangeas change. Could this one be heading towards the bold red of the flowers glimpsed in the background?
Shared for Cee’s Flower of the Day.
31 Replies to “Flower of the Day: Lavender-blue Hydrangea”
This is a guess-my-color flower — definitely a way that plants have fun with us! A beautiful portrait, and a tantalizing peek at that rosy kibitzer behind it.
Guess-my-colour hydrangeas are the best.
A forever love- I need to return to the Azores.
They’re very atmospheric. They make me think of the Isle of Man and Portmeirion.
It’s an uplifting colour, at this stage.
Their appearance similar to a popcorn ball has always put me off but this one is lovely made lovelier by the rain drops.
There are so many types, but they are generous plants. I’ve long suspected that the ones that are not pruned do best round here.
My favourite colour of Hydrangeas – the Azores are a haven and heaven of these in hedges 3-4 meters high. Now you made me want to go back there again…
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