Wednesday, July 21, 2010
Hydrangeas on parade. This incredible bank of hydrangeas was caught int he shade of a small rural school/town office building in Georgetown Maine. The plants stretched the length of the building and were just too amazing not to stop and photograph. This section represents maybe 1/4 the length of the flower hedge.
Hydrangeas come in several colors....blue, purple, pink, and white. I am sooooo not a gardener but I understand that color is dependent on acidity of the soil or something scientific like that. I'm good just knowing no matter the color, they always put on quite a show.
I'm participating for the first time in Simplicity challenge. Though my flowers are hanging out in the shade, I hope you enjoy my take on "white".