Lace Cap Hydrangeas

There is always a yard in each neighborhood that makes you slow down and look and admire,  one that is loved, cared for and tended to regularly. We have a neighbor like that and yesterday I met them. Every year around this time their lace cap hydrangeas put on quite a show and I simply LOVE hydrangeas so I decided it was time to meet these neighbors!

As you can imagine anyone with a yard like this, well they are just wonderful people. I got a tour of the various types of lace caps that were blooming, an offer to dig up a new sprout to take home, and welcomed back anytime and then left with my camera to try to capture  their beauty. How generous! The sun came in and out and it misted a little but I thought my pictures turned out so well that I wanted to share them with you. I so enjoyed strolling through their gardens with just the mist and the bees. I hope you enjoy!

Lilacina

Lilacina, such a beautiful name for a Hydrangea

Two bees sharing the flower

Fuji Waterfall

Snowflake Oakleaf Hydrangea

Grayswood Pinker

Bee on the Grayswood

 

Variegated leaf. I had one in my previous yard. I love it.

Tokyo Delight near their fountain

Lord, our Lord,
how majestic is your name in all the earth! Psalms 8:1

 

 

 

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3 thoughts on “Lace Cap Hydrangeas

    • Thank YOU Penny and Charles for sharing your beautiful yard!! I was so thrilled when my pictures actually captured just how beautiful your hydrangeas are. But the best part of the day was meeting your guys. Thank you for sharing your gift with me. Katey

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