The flower with its unique character and exquisite color collection is now in my garden!
Simply beautiful blue hydrangea.
I can fall in love with this flower over and over again.
Even these unopened buds are adorable, just like tiny blueberries!
It's fascinating to see the gradual change in color hues all in one plant!
And this blue is about to get purplish in no time.
It is interesting to note that the colors of the flowers are determined by the pH of the soil.
Alkaline soil produces these pinkish mauve flowers.
Pinkish mauve has been my all time favorite color and it is wonderful to see it here on the petals :)
Check out the large flower-heads which are quite round and flat, unlike the usual mop-head.
Hydrangeas are not our native plant yet it is cultivated locally as an ornamental plant.
It would be a miracle if I would be able to maintain these temperate beauties till
each and every flower-head blooms beautifully!
My greatest challenge is to grow it permanently by my window
which happens to be my garden :)