One of the things I love about gardening is the conveyor belt of blooms – as one flower dies back, another one quick to blossoms to replace it. One of the things that has started to bloom away in my garden are my hydrangeas. It’s been a good year for them so far, due to all the rain we’ve had, so they are very happy flowering at the back of my border.
I’ve got Hydrangea Annabelle, which is a white flower that turns pink in the Autumn. However, there’s a huge variety out there in a range of shapes, from large balls to cones, so it’s worthwhile taking the time to have a look at which one you would like to add. If you are interested in finding out more about this wonderful flower, then click here.