IN THE LIMELIGHT

During my blog break over the past week, my Limelight hydrangeas continue to mature, mainly of them into  mammoth sized blooms!  Chartreuse blooms are just beginning to appear on some of other bushes in my garden. The abundance of rain has been a factor in their proliferance, too.  I have enjoyed cutting many of them for my home as well as to share with friends.  This post will continue to show my obssession love for Limelights!  I can never have enough of them.  Enjoy God’s beauty..

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With the overabundance of gorgeous blooms, It has been so enjoyable to create tablescapes and arrangements for entertaining as well as for special gifts.  Look for these ideas in the next post!

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“Let your garden be an island in the midst of life where you vacation at will, and are refreshed by its message of endless renewal”.             Welleran Poltarnees

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9 thoughts on “IN THE LIMELIGHT

  1. Hello ML…love this one. What are the tall shrubs/ evergreens ?? at the back edge of the hydrangeas? I love this bed. You can just tell me all the layers in it. Miriam Date: Mon, 15 Jul 2013 21:59:04 +0000 To: miriamclark@hotmail.com

    • They are Emerald Green Arborvitae, and they were planted about 3 1/2 years ago. They are super hardy, and get about 8 feet tall. Thanks so much for your sweet comments and for following my blog, Miriam!

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