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Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Wordless Wednesday - Hydrangea

This post is dedicated to Ms Helen (islandgal246) of My Rustic Bajan Garden for being the 1st commenter of my previous post Roses are Red.
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Photographs taken by Autumn Belle at The Secret Garden of 1-Utama
Grateful thanks to Dr. Francis Ng of The Secret Garden of 1-Utama
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33 comments:

  1. Stunning, simply stunning! I noticed yesterday a few bits of hydrangea still in my garden.

    Usually I skip over Wordless posts, because generally I'm left wondering what I was supposed to see or to find. No problem with these!

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  2. Autumn Belle,
    Such a divine flower....I just have the silk version collecting dust in my house. I love Hyrdangeas because they are GIGANTIC! Good WW!

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  3. Hello AutumnBelle,

    I love Hydrangeas and unfortunately, they do not grow well in the desert. So, I will enjoy yours instead :0)

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  4. Super beautiful! I love them.

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  5. Beautiful Autumn Belle, Hydrangas just do not do well here, so thanks for sharing.
    Scott

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  6. Oh, I just love hydrangeas so much so your pictures are a wonderful sigh to me. Just beautiful.

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  7. I am touched and humbled by your post. I adore hydrangeas even though I cannot grow them because it is too hot and dry here. I have been busy lately with pond work and today was at the British women's club selling my preserves. I sold 21 bottles and made just around $150.00 USD for the two hours it lasted. I gave 25% for the charity it was in aid of. Thank you Autumn Belle.

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  8. Hi, Charlotte, Nell Jean, Rosey, Noelle, Kiki, Scott, Lona, Helen. Thank you very much for the invigorating, bright comments. What a great way to start my day!

    Actually the first time I have ever seen a hydrangea was in a movie when I was in my 20s. I didn't know the name until I joined blotanical. I see it so many times that I remembered the name! Please don't laugh at me.

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  9. i love hydrangeas and those are stunningly beautiful. thanks for being my first visitor today. i hope you don't mind if i use one of these pics as your image link.

    Happy WW!

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  10. Your floral photos are always so gorgeous they make me want to get out and experience nature all the time. Very inspirational.

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  11. Beautiful Blues. Hydrangeas are so capable of "changing" their color. Great Photos. Robin from The Flying Orchid

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  12. Oh I love hydrangea, and your photos are fantastic!

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  13. One of my fave plant but hubby is allergic to it.

    This is my first WW entry hope you can take a peek!

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  14. Such beautiful photography.

    Have a terrific day. :)

    Mines up: Wordless Wednesday

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  15. This is my favorite hydrangea! It's the one I'm going to plant in my yard... eventually. =)

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  16. its beautiful but my allergy don't like it hehehe..

    Happy Wednesday, I am playing today.. Please check out my Shaolin Baby

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  17. Those "bunga 3 bulan" 3 months flower is so gorgeous. I had it before planted in shade, it had great leaves but no flowers until I passed it to my mum who now enjoys those flowers. They do great cut dried flowers too.

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  18. Now how I wish my hydrangea will grow faster and bloom soon. I really love these blooms very much. They remind me of weddings, so sweet and charming. Have a wonderful day!

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  19. Your photography is amazing!! So beautifully captured! I find it difficult to grow Hydrangeas..have to keep the pot in shady areas. Just lost one recently but the blooms were lovely. The Secret Garden must be a wonderful place. Your images say so.

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  20. I really want this plant in my garden several times over as a matter of fact. I think I killed two rescue versions earlier this year so I will have to buy some new ones in the spring. These are so very beautiful and your photos do them perfect justice.

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  21. Dear Autumn, what beautiful Hydrangeas! Nice to see something fresh and springlike as we head into fall! So nice to visit places like Malaysia through Blotanical!

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  22. Lovely photos, Autumn Belle. You do love the Secret Garden. It's so nice to read a post from someone who has passion for their subject.

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  23. I don't think there is a more beautiful or old fashioned looking flower than a hydrantea. they are so pretty.

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  24. Hi Autumn Belle, thanks for your comments in my blog. I don't have much visitors, hehe, just to express sentiments sometimes.

    Do you know that hydrangeas are called pH plants? When they are planted to acidic soils they tend to be pink, blue when soil is alkaline. Have you noticed that? They are not variety variations but responses to soil pH! Amazing isn't it!

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  25. These blooms are so gorgeous!

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  26. Hello Autumn Bell, love the blue shade of that hydrangeas! So dainty. Nice capture. Clear and vibrant!

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  27. Fabulous hydrangea shots, Autumn Belle! Enjoy seeing them...simply lovely, you've presented many stages of its blossoming! We get to enjoy similar hydrangeas in our garden all year round, isn't that great! Try growing them in your garden and enjoy their beauty 'forever'. Easy to grow and thrives well in our tropical climate.
    Cheers!

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  28. Lovely photos Autumn Belle. When our blossoms have begun drying on the plant and the season is nearly over, we enjoy cutting and using them in a dried arrangement.

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  29. Oh the beauty of blue hydrangea. Lovely photos.

    FlowerLady

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  30. My dear friends, thank you very very much for your lovely comments. I learnt a lot about the hydrangea today that makes me want to grow it all the more.

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  31. I love hydrangea so much! its such a beautiful and lasting blooms.. the uniqueness about it is that it is able to change colours.

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