Sunday, March 6, 2011

Trip to the Greenhouse




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I spent some time at my local greenhouse, one of my favorite places in the winter.   Snapped these photos while I was there.

18 comments:

Ciss B said...

I love hydrangeas!

Judy said...

Lovely hydrangeas!! I suppose the greenhouse also smelled heavenly, with all the growing things!!

Sharon said...

Those are so pretty, I would just love a hydrangea bush or two here!

Naturegirl said...

Love the hydrangeas..oh to have my own greenhouse and house these beautys all year round!

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

The hydrangea are beautiful!

Pat - Arkansas said...

Gorgeous hydrangeas! I have one big 46 yr old bush of the mop head variety, and planted two little ones of different varieties last year, only one of which bloomed. We'll see what 2011 brings.

Gail said...

We have the old fashioned ones. Granny used to bury scrap iron under them to change their color.

Mumsy, Chancy and Co. said...

My favorite flower and these are gorgeous! Hugs

Arkansas Patti said...

Just beautiful. I really need to plant hydrangeas.
Really makes you want to get your hands dirty huh? I am tentatively putting a few things out. May be too early but I can't wait.

Out on the prairie said...

So that is your butterfly as #15 on B&B? I haven't got one up yet.There is a new hydrangea Strawbeeries and Cream I am sure to try.

The Japanese Redneck said...

Very pretty! I guess they are getting ready for Easter.

Louise said...

Beautiful!

Jan said...

They have hydrangeas this time of year? Is it still snowing there? It is on your blog I see.

Giga said...

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Rudy - The dog with a blog said...

I've always loved hydrangeas!
Wonderful pictures,

Rudy's Raiser

Iowa Gardening Woman said...

Jan, the Hydrangeas are in a greenhouse and they are not the kind that gets planted outside, they go out as floral arrangements.

OOTP, I have not seen any of my photos on birds and blooms.

Thanks for stopping by one and all.

Amila Kanchana said...

Unbelievably beautiful flowers!

Chandramouli S said...

Pretty! I heard hydrangeas change color based on the acidity/alkalinity of the soil. Cool!