Monday, April 25, 2016

Hydrangea Heaven

 I've been working hard in my garden. Join me for a glass of ice tea.







Hope you are enjoying a wonderful Sunday afternoon. Blessings to you today! 

28 comments:

  1. I just filled the vases in my house with gardenias and hydrangeas. They are perfectly abundant at the moment and the colors of the hydrandeas just take my breath away. Love your photos!!!

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  2. Loving garden setting. Makes me want to just sit outside all day long.

    hugs
    Sissie

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  3. Your garden setting is so pretty and inviting. Great place for a glass of tea. I'm envious of your hydrangeas. Mine have been struggling for the last few years due to the heat and lack of rain. Oh, I live your variegated lace cap hydrangea. Hope you have a great week,
    Babs

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  4. Your garden is so beautiful and lush. Hydrangeas will not grow in my yard, not enough shade I'm afraid. I have planted and lost them all. I really envy your hydrangeas, I miss drying them in the fall. I would love sitting there with you to enjoy such beauty.

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

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  5. Your hydrangeas are gorgeous! Beautiful setting!

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  6. I'm so jealous of your gorgeous hydrangeas! Stopping by from A Stroll Thru Life.

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  7. Hi Bonnie! I was "eavesdropping" on your comment on Emily's blog post about Panama City Beach. I am an Alabama girl too who has fond memories of vacationing on "The Redneck Riviera". I love your hydrangeas AND your gardenias. I am following you now...don't want to miss your post about the garden at Lake Martin.

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  8. So beautiful!! Thank You for sharing and I hope you have a wonderful week!

    Aledia @ Plum Perfect

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  9. Oh, Bonnie, your garden looks like a slice of heaven! Such gorgeous hydrangeas!! So beautiful. Glad to see you posting again. ;)

    Thank you so much for your sweet words of encouragement. I feel incredibly lucky and most blessed. Thank you again. blessings ~ tanna

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  10. Hi, I've come over from Tabletop Tuesday and just love your hydrangeas. It's a bit early for ours to flower here in Wales but they won't be long and are leafing up well. I've joined your blog so can watch what happens next. Joan

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  11. Hi Bonnie,

    I was so glad to see you'd visited when I checked my blog last night! Ironically, I looked at your post yesterday afternoon but didn't have time to leave you a comment then. How I would love to pull up a chair at your little garden table and sit for a spell. :) It looks like such a peaceful place. I see a pretty urn full of Impatiens, some Hosta, and your garden angel. But those Hydrangeas are definitely my favorite; I love the mopheads and the lacecaps -- they're all gorgeous. And I'm sure those Gardenias make your bouquet smell heavenly!

    Thanks again for your visit and I hope you have a wonderful week.

    Hugs,

    Denise

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  12. What a perfect Sunday afternoon setting...wish I could have been there. Your flowers are just spectacular!

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  13. So, so pretty. What a wonderful space in which to day dream (that is what I would do, anyway!). Obviously, this garden has been loved!

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  14. Wow, this is so pretty. Love every image, wish I was sitting right there at the table among the hydrangeas.

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  15. Your garden is so lovely! What an inviting place to sit and enjoy an afternoon. I am your newest follower.

    Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  16. Beautiful Bonnie! Hydrangeas are my favorite flowers and I love how many different varieties there are! What a wonderful spot to enjoy a glass of iced tea :)

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  17. Beautiful - I love hydrangeas, too. Mine are blooming their heads off now - wish they had been during our garden club luncheon. I struggled to find enough "pre - blooms" to make the arrangments for the tables. They would have been beautiful if I had waited 2 weeks later to pick them. I even have 2 colors (pink and blue) on the same bush - don't know how that happened.
    Did you happen to see our Gar. Club pic in the newspaper Sun.? - in living color.
    Thanks for sharing your lovely garden with us. Maxine

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  18. What GORGEOUS pictures of your hydrangeas! Love your little table set painted in grey out there too. That tea looks very inviting right about now.

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  19. I love your hydrangeas and the gorgeous photos.

    I have not had luck with hydrangeas the last few years, but this year things seem to be going well. Wish me luck!

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  20. I love your hydrangeas! So pretty!!!

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  21. Hydrangeas won't grow where I live Bonnie-
    Sigh... your garden is lovely.
    How do you do it?

    I am so glad you shared this at our Garden Party!
    Welcome!

    Laura
    White Spray Paint

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  22. It truly is Hydrangea heaven! I love them so much. The gorgeous blue and pink ones don't do well here in UT, but I do have a Limelight tree and a few other varieties like Str. Van and Annabelle that I enjoy. Thanks for sharing with the Garden Party.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  23. Beautiful blooms!! Love your bistro set too! Thanks so much for shaing!!

    Hugs,
    Deb

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  24. How wonderful to have hydrangeas already, they are beautiful!

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  25. Oh how I wish I still had my hydrangeas! I actually do still have them though they have been destroyed by deer year after year and now they are not so healthy. I have some new smaller ones I planted last year in the backyard but they are too young for blooms yet. Your hydrangeas are just gorgeous and I love the way you have the pretty planter sticking up in between them. I also really like pretty table as well!

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  26. Oh Bonnie, your hydrangea heaven really lives up to its name! How I'd love to sit with you and have an iced tea, while taking in the sights, scents and sounds of your beautiful garden.

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  27. Oh, my hydrangeas and gardenias are only NOW starting to come in. Your garden looks lovely! Mine is still haphazardly laid out, full of weeds and vines, and overwhelming. We moved here in August and are just trying to get some of the chaos under control before working on the lovely factor. I'll keep yours in my mind as a reminder of what it might become one day. Thanks for sharing the inspiration and beauty!

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