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Thursday, July 27, 2017

Little Blue Missy . . .





This "little miss blue" grows near the front steps of my dear, crazy, zanny friend Jackie.
She will not mind if I tell you that she does nothing to help "little miss blue" grow.
Rain, sun and a few snips each year and she "keeps on keeping on."
We figure she is between 75-100 years old.
I am the lucky one . . . I get to snip!

Think about "your" treasures today . . . and tell them, "thank you!"
Love ~
Lynne


11 comments:

Sarah Huizenga said...

Absolutely gorgeous!

Linda said...

Hi Lynne...
Gorgeous flowers...this is a great year for Hydrangeas!
Love your wee succulents there....🍃
Have a great weekend...
Cheers!
Linda :o)

babs said...

You're my treasure...thank you! ❤️

Jeanie said...

This is just astounding! They're the most gorgeous things I've ever seen!

eileeninmd said...

Hello, Lynne! I love the beautiful color, beautiful hydrangea blooms. Happy Friday! Wishing you a great day and weekend!

Marge in Michigan said...

Hello, Lynne. "Little Blue Missy" sure is a beauty. I have a pink & white hydrangea but I forgot to tell hubby that it blooms from the old wood...oops...so
he cut it back to the ground. Oops! I have beautiful, healthy looking green leaves though! ��

Kim said...

No hydrangea blooms in my yard to snip. I should go to my sister's house and snip a few of hers. Until then, I will just look at yours... :)

Jacqueline @ HOME said...

Beautiful ... what a fantastic colour. XXXX

Tanna said...

Does she make you want to bring out your watercolors? You've captured them beautifully with your camera! I can only imagine seeing them in real life! Can't think of a more fitting soul to enjoy and care for Little Miss Blue! blessings and hugs ~ tanna

baili said...

Truly a treasure which take no effort to drop her joy and delight

A Joyful Cottage said...

Gorgeous. I bought a hydrangea to plant earlier in the season. It's still in the pot doing well until I clear out a space for it near the cottage. It's pink, but I understand it will turn blue if in acidic soil, and that I can amend the soil to make it so. Still debating whether to do that, but you may have just convinced me with this post. xo