Tuesday, July 1, 2008


This hydrangea is in our yard and was bright pink when this picture was taken in May. This shot doesn't do the color justice. Hydrangea is a favorite in southern yards. There's also a wild variety that dots the woods with huge oak like leaves and white blossoms.
The color of hydrangea is determined by the acidity of the soil.
This one was given to us in a pot for my father-in-law's funeral. It was blue then.
I thought it was appropriate that it was blue for him, but came out pink just in time for Mother's Day.

1 comment:

Virginia said...

Thanks for stopping by. I love your beautiful hydrangea. They are my favorite Alabama shrub!