Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Hydrangeas in November


Can you believe I cut these blooms from my 

Endless Summer Hydrangea bush yesterday...
and I live in New Jersey.
Now that's what I call an endless summer!

22 comments:

  1. Wooowww. They have a beautiful color.Debbie !!!
    Good tuesday ;)
    Un beso

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  2. Hello Debbie, your hydrangeas are beautiful Endless summer, now that is what I want.. Bring it on!
    Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!

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  3. Wow! Such beautiful hydrangeas in November! Thank you for sharing their lovely colors with us; we've really had a very nice autumn!

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  4. nice! yes, does seem late for you nor-easters. :)

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  5. That is totally amazing! They are just lovely.

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  6. Wow! Well I can believe it with the weather we've had. My impatiens are still flowering. I have two hydrangeas, but only one bloomed this year. Not sure why.

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  7. Yep, been saying farewell to many a bloom, but there are a few still lingering!

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  8. Those are a real treat!! I saw a few blooms on a very confused azalia the other day. Purple ones, so I thought of you...of course!

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  9. How very beautiful! Love, love! :)

    xoxo

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  10. So beautiful! The weather is crazy at the moment. Still so warm!

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  11. Those are lovely! I love that shade of lavender. It has been unseasonably warm here too. I am ready for chilly weather!

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  12. The Hydrangeas are beautiful and it is awesome that you were able to enjoy having a few more to use.
    I like the idea of an endless summer especially when it snowed today here.
    Hugs!

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  13. Same weather here! How odd to not have snow at this time of year.

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  14. ... and they are my favouite colour too!

    All the best Jan

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  15. That is amazing and how wonderful to bring them in to enjoy them for a little longer!!

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  16. Beautiful!!!.... I love long summers:)

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  17. Lucky you! They are lovely. We still have flowers blooming here right now as we haven't had a hard frost yet.

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  18. That is amazing that you still had blooms that far into the year. So pretty also.

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