Saturday, June 13, 2009

It's all worth it

Wanted to let you see the changes from Winter to Spring of Paula's Climbing Hydrangea. Doesn't it look like the most amazing intricate wire sculpture...or little fingers reaching for the sun. Ideally people plant a climbing hydrangea on a shed or an large arbor because it suckers itself to the wood or any porous object like brick or cement. Paula's willing to put up with a little inconvenience to be able to get......

.......This!!!! I think you'll agree it's worth it!!!
The gray clapboards with the white trim and those gorgeous blooms.....

Just takes my breath away!!!

Have a great evening....

See you tomorrow with B&W Sunday

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