The Turning of The Hydrangea

Is it worrying that I have been waiting for this moment all year?

In spring, I decided on having two Hydrangea paniculata grandiflora to frame our front door, highlighting the gorgeous Farrow and Ball, Pigeon paint with their fresh, zesty green flowers.

I loved all that semi-minimalistic, gorgeousness.

But wait for it… here comes the best bit…

…in late August these cool-coloured flowers turn into the most jewel-like rusty rose colour.

It’s like a whole new plant!

I. love. it. all. over. again.

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