Summer has slipped away, and although we have crossed over the threshold into autumn, colour is still abound even as blooms fade. Hydrangea, rear garden, Staffordshire. October 2017.
I have always loved Hydrangeas. My Nan and Grandad grew them at the front of their house, and so did my Mom and Dad. It's amazing how when you see a certain flower they bring back such wonderful, precious memories. Because of my love for the abundance of showy blossoms this popular shrub produces, and... Continue Reading →