Monday, July 14, 2008

Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day: Hydrangeas in New Jersey (Zone 6b)

In anticipation of Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day on May Dreams Gardens tomorrow, here are some of the hydrangeas blooming in my garden right now.














9 comments:

Katarina i Kullavik said...

Your hydrangeas are fantastic! So many different hues... I love hydrangeas, but they don't thrive in my garden, I'm afraid. So thanks for letting me have a peek at yours!
/Katarina

Pat Leuchtman said...

Your hydrangeas are gorgeous. I have a single one with very airy blossoms. I am going to have to find the name - Moth Light perhaps. The heirloom flowers I have are all roses I think and I love them dearly. I hope you'll visit my post at www.commonweeder.blogspot.com

troutbirder said...

Wonderfull blog. I've enjoyed it very much. Thanks for sharing your lovely flowers.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

What a wonderful collection of hydrangeas HG. Your garden looks so lush.

Carol said...

I guess you like Hydrangeas? Me, too, though I only have two varieties. Your bloom day post makes me want to get more.

Thanks for joining in!

Carol, May Dreams Gardens

Roses and Lilacs said...

Your hydrangeas are beautiful. I have only Annabelle because she is both beautiful and reliable in zone 4/5. Still, I with I could grow a few of the other varieties.

Your heirloom clematis are interesting. I grow heirloom tomatoes but haven't gotten much into blooms--except roses. What is the rose on your header? Its stunning.

heirloomgardener said...

Roses and Lilacs,

Thank you for the compliment. The rose on the header is one of my favorites: Ballerina.

-Heirloom Gardener

Catherine said...

Beautiful collection of Hydrangea's..I love the blue..so many blooms it is falling over in your grass! Gorgeous! I just planted a lime~light hydrangea this spring, and it is in full bloom, I love it!! My endless summer hydrangeas aren't blooming yet..:( thinking maybe they are getting too much sun..?!
Enjoyed your blog~my first visit..great captures! Great garden!
Cat

Gardening Fool said...

Ahhhhhh! You can grow astilbes (sp?) I am so jealous! Gorgeous garden & pics as well!

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