Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Garden Tuesday: Hydrangea

My daughter planted this little hydrangea a couple of years ago.  And by "planted," of course, I mean that she bought it and supervised while her brothers dug the holes for it and the plants on either side of it, put them in place, and backfilled.  Then she watered them.


But it's grown about a foot.  I believe its ambition is to grow up to be just like its cousin in the other corner of our yard.

Happy Tuesday, everyone!

10 comments:

rottrover said...

It looks very happy in its spot!

Pam said...

Hey your daughter plants things in the garden the same way I plant things in the garden :)

Dexter said...

Wow! Those are really BIG! Like mastiff sized.

Mango Momma

Blond Duck said...

Man, not even the cactus is growing here.

Two French Bulldogs said...

Big and beautiful
Benny & Lily

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Your daughter has the right idea, wish I could hand the hard work over as easily :-) Have a good day Diane

SissySees said...

Lovely!! Our sun, heat and monsoon schedule seems to suit something?

Nichole Burke said...

Beauteous!

Pam said...

Beautiful! I like the way your daughter puts her brothers to work!

Sue said...

I love your daughter's gardening methods. Looks like she picked a good spot for the little plant.