Sunday, August 9, 2009

Today's Flowers #52: Annabelle

Unlike the better known mophead hydrangeas (macrophyllas) of pink or blue color, annabelle is a stunning white hydrangea, and can often be used as a lovely simple flower arrangement of bridal bouquet. This specimen in our garden is a fantastic producer of flowers. The massive flowers come out every summer without failing. We often cut them to make bouquet of dry flowers.

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12 comments:

Grace Olsson said...

oh Grace-...I took photo of the a bride, today, wiht the same flowers like this...congrats,dear
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Digital Flower Pictures said...

Looks good. I really fell in love with 'Annabelle' this year. They bloomed way better than the mopheads.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Annabelle hydrangeas! Lovely! They are incredible this year in Ontario too.

Pat - Arkansas said...

Gorgeous!!! Thanks for sharing your lovely photo.

Tammie Lee said...

So very beautiful.

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guild-rez said...

I have two large Annabelle hydrangeas plants in the garden. They are producing stunning large flowers!

Nice picture!!

Marju said...

Absolutely beautiful!

Arija said...

A beautifully healthy and spectacular shrub. Nice going, my white Hydrangea died through lack of water.

Luiz Santilli Jr said...

Hi my friends!

Wonderful and delicate flowers!
Thanks for posting for TODAY'S FLOWERS.

Luiz

Denise said...

My goodness, those Annabelle hydrangeas are exquisite and I love your photo. Thanks for sharing it.

Meiroca said...

Very beautiful!

Meiroca

Brenda Leyland said...

Enjoyed your floral photo here and over at Today's Flowers. Beautiful!

I just found this link today and I'm happy to add something to the garden mix this week!

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