Today, I’m missing my mom because I want to know what this is. So I’m in the market for a surrogate mom. Can anybody tell me what this is? They’re in my front garden beds and they’re beautiful and I love them and I want to know what to call them!
Most of the year, they just provide beautiful variegated foliage. Then in late spring, they put out these beautiful clusters in all shades from lavender to almost white. Again, I love them.
While on the subject of plants that I love-I LOVE HYDRANGEAS! My Hydrangeas are so beautiful right now.
They’re fascinating to me. The litmus paper of the horticultural world. I’m always amazed at the different shades from yard to yard and plant to plant. In fact, this year I’m amazed at the variation of shade I’m seeing in one plant.
The pristine clear blue.
The softest lavender.
And finally, a cacophony of all the shades available to this beauty’s soft palette. What’s blooming in your garden today?
3 thoughts on “Miscellany… of the Horticultural Variety”
There are several variegated lacecap hydrangeas – ‘Variegata’, ‘Mariesii Variegated’ and ‘Maculata’ to name the most popular. it’s beautiful!
Terry, thank you!! You’re a rock star! Now that you say it, it seems obvious from the leaf shape and petal configuration. What are the odds that I would have blogged about my more common hydrangeas in the same post? Must be kismet.
Aww, shucks. Not a rock star but happy to help. You’ve got some gorgeous flowers there!