Saturday, January 28, 2012

Limelight Beauty

From the chartreuse of summer to the pastel pink of autumn and then a brittle parchment brown in winter; hydrangea 'Limelight' is one of the most beautiful shrubs to have in a sunlit garden.  
I'm linking with Karen for Sunlit Sunday and Mary for Mosaic Monday.

30 comments:

  1. How lovely, Judith. I don't have this variety of hydrangea and I like its delicate colours. Its gentle appearance is in direct contrast to the wind I hear whistling outside. Thank you so much for linking again this week!
    -Karen

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  2. I love my limelight hydrangeas. I was looking at Gardenimport cataloque online and they have a new wisteria-do you have it?
    Enjoy your Sunday.
    Carolyn

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  3. I must find this beauty.. Love your pictures. Have a Happy Sunlit Sunday.
    hugs from Savannah

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  4. Wish I had this variety...truly beautiful. I'm just pleased that our hydrangea is now a blooming one in the spring/summer!

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  5. I love hydrangeas, I bought a plant last year cant wait untill it flowers again.

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  6. Beautiful hues. I have only seen the pink and blue.
    Lovely to see your Lavender page!
    Blessings, Jan

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  7. Oh my!! How very lovely, especially here in the gray cold of winter. The hope of Spring in you lovely mosaic! Cathy

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  8. Last summer we saw our first hydrangea blossoms in eight years. It was the deer fence that made it possible! I look forward to seeing many more such lovely flowers this year, with maybe some to dry too!

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  9. So pretty and spring like. How I wish. V

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  10. Lovely pictures, and that is a fabulous and very unique looking mosaic. Have a great week! Spring is just around the corner!
    Hugs, Beth

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  11. My grandmother always had such lovely hydrangeas. Yours are beautiful.

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  12. What a lovely plant! Your hydrangea photos are beautiful. I am realy looking forward to springtime now. Have a great week!

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  13. Very nice Judith. I love the fresh
    soft colors.
    ~Clara

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  14. Very beautiful! Hydrangeas are my favorite flower! ♥

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  15. They are gorgeous Judith. I struggle to grow them. Take care and enjoy your week, Jen.

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  16. The limelight is a beautiful hyrangea variety. Yours looks impressive!

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  17. You have the seasons covered in this lovely mosaic. I do love hydrangeas.

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  18. I love the hydrangea's, what a beautiful mosaic. Very pretty!
    Have a great week!

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  19. Just beautiful...I love hydrangea and look forward to them this Spring!

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  20. Judith, your limelight hydrangeas are beautiful. I don't have any limelight but I do have Annabells.
    Thanks for stopping by and your nice comment on my winter sunlight barn.
    Barb

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  21. What a beautiful plant. Must look out for this.

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  22. Hydrangeas are beautiful. I'm still waiting for my little plant to bloom!

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  23. Judith, that is so lovely. Wow!!

    Barb ♥

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  24. Hydrangeas are one of my favourite flowers. They have such variety of colour and shape. And are so easy to grow. Beautiful.

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  25. Judith,
    Hi! I think You're right about that hydrangea it is something. This is my first time at making a Mosaic it's fun. Pat

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  26. How beautiful. The tiny petals are so delicate. Lovely photo mosaic!

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  27. Judith, this is so pretty. Hydrangeas remind me of my dear Momma and Auntie now both passed away. I began a bush from a cutting from Momma's favorite Hydrangea back in 1994. She had purchased hers in 1968, so the legacy goes way far back on this one bush. I now have several others as well~

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  28. You have created a very delightful blog! I am looking forward to following you. I'll be back soon!

    Have a wonderful day!

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  29. Hello, Judith.
    I love hydrangeas. I have not seen green one! It is very pretty and rare for me.
    Have a great day!

    Tomoko

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