Good Morning! The sun is shining, the air is cool and it is a lovely day. I have some exciting stuff in the works and can’t wait to share with you! I will post about some of it tomorrow. For now I want to share with you my Pink Invincibelle Hydrangea. It comes from the ‘Annabelle‘ family and they are lovely. The pink ranges from light to dark and the plants will produce over a hundred blooms per plant once established. I planted 2 of them last year.
I cut the blooms this summer the same day I cut my lavender. You can see my post on lavender here.
The blooms don’t get as big as the Incrediball Hydrangea but the pink color certainly makes up for that! They are beautiful and so fun to bring in the house to add a pop of summer color.
If you are local – Connie Adams has Hydrangea – I know she has the Incrediball, and she also has Limelights which are another variety I plan to plant here – hopefully this fall.
“Consider the Lilies of the field how they grow.” God has certainly blessed us with an abundance of beauty to dress our gardens!
Have a blessed Day!
Sew a Fine Seam