This week I've gone all renegade and I'm focusing on just one plant, the hydrangea. It's coming to the end of what has been a cracking Summer of blooming and this week I made time to visit local Exbury Gardens to catch a final glimpse of them before they die over for the year. It seems like an age since I first posted photos of the Hydrangea walk in all it's glory.
I am feeling such a lot of love for these flowers and they are top of my list to add to my own garden early next year. By the way, did I mention that my garden has been reduced to a mud-pit as building work cranks up another notch? I'm depressed and excited in equal measures, I keep telling myself that having a blank canvas is a good thing...
Goodbye my beautiful silent friends.
Thanks to all who joined in last week, there were some cracking posts, some faves include: Emma now living the allotment dream, tiny raindrop pools from Claudia, foggy mornings from Kriss, a look at Sam's Summer Bounty (including raised beds to die for), magical fennel shadows from Katie, the return of lovely Charmaine who has been busy with her new baby, Doris's hummingbird in flight and Sabrina's adorable seed packet printables (see right or below depending in what you are reading with, image c/o Wolves in London)