Hydrangeas in Winter

Dried hydrangea in snow afternoon sunlight

Dried hydrangea in

The hydrangea plants are sticking out of the snow.

I have taken pictures of them faded pink in fall, and also in the summer, full of purples, pinks, and blues.

Dried hydrangea in snow afternoon

Before they bloomed, I even spotted a ladybug on the unopened flowers.

They still look beautiful.

15 thoughts on “Hydrangeas in Winter”

        1. Fingers crossed! The plants at my place just seem to come back each year without much care. They never seem to be trimmed and certainly not wrapped or anything in the winter. So hopefully yours are hardy and survive. These plants were actually looking a little bit trampled, so I hope these come back as well.

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