Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Limelight Hydrangeas

Limelight hydrangeas are back in my garden. They are my most favorite hydrangeas of all times. I like the unique conical shape filled with hundreds of dainty greenish-yellow color flowers, not to mention that it is a very hardy plant and easy to grow. These hydrangeas bloom from mid-July to fall. As the season progresses, these blooms get a pink hue which I love. Every summer, I look forward to these beautiful blooms to arrange in my flower arrangements. Since these flowers have a neutral color, they can be mixed with an array of different colored flowers. My favorite way to enjoy them is in a big jar filled with nothing but limelight hydrangeas.

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  1. Hello Komali,
    those Hydrangeas are outstanding. I can imagine how nice they fit in your tropical bouquets.
    Best greetings, Johanna

  2. The hydrangeas are gorgeous. I am amazed at the size of the blooms, mine are all so small this year.

  3. Beautiful hydrangeas! They're one of my favorite flowers. I enjoyed viewing yours this evening.

  4. So beautiful and healthy!...Christine

  5. I never tire of seeing hydrangeas in bloom. Love 'em.
    Joyce M

  6. hydrangeas are favorites of mine and I never get to see them in white! These are lovely!

  7. So Cute I love hydrangeas! here is winter, and I miss it!


  8. Such pretty hydrangea photo's ~ please share w/Cottage Flora Thursday's!!! xoxo, tracie