Pink Saturday -some pink in the garden – Hydrangea Macrophylla

sooooo, it is pink saturday again! before leaving check-out other pink bloggers at
(I’m still laughing!)
and 
(she has four kids like me!!)
hydrangea macrophylla1
I just adore the Hortensia (hydrangea all spices)
I have to grow them in pots, because our pound is not acid enough, 
our’s is very calcareous
this particular Hydrangea Macrophylla was sent to me in cuttings 
from a very dear friend
Aitina, who lives on Ischia (one of Italy’s most beautiful islands!)
You can immagine my happiness when two of the 9 cuttings took root!
now it is 3 years and in this moment it is bloooming.
I used some “flowers”
(the flowers are not these colouredfull bracts, 
but those small insignificant white ones in the center)
to make some table decorations.
Hydrangea  - Ortensia - Hortensia
why not but the colouredfull bracts around a little teacandle? 
before placing them, put them in water for a couple of minutes.
they will last all the evening. fresh and beautiful
hydrangea and candle
in the evening it will look like this
in the dark
our put all the composition on a small square mirror.
the effect is very very nice.
hydrangea in the mirror
why not put some “flowers” in a small white ceramic mug.
you can put one near every guest
looks sweet doesn’t it πŸ™‚
hydrangea
or place also the small jug on a square mirror.. looks different doesn’t it.
hydrangea in the mirror

12 thoughts on “Pink Saturday -some pink in the garden – Hydrangea Macrophylla

  1. Dru

    Another of my favorites – hydrangeas. Yours are just gorgeous! Thank you so much for sharing your photos, and Happy Pink Saturday!

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  2. jsimplylive

    I love hydrangeas! They are my favorite after peonies. I planted some last year and they didn't do too good. But they came back this year in full force and I am loving them.Also, I have to ask where you got your white glasses. They would completement my milkglass pieces beautifully! πŸ™‚

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  3. Riet

    Thank you for mentioning my name on your blog. I also love hydrangea's and that colour is beautiful. Nice idea you have to use themHappy pink Saturday

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  4. Becky

    Oh how lovely. One of the things I admired so in Italy were all the beautiful hydrangeas. Your pink one is spectacular. And pass-along plants are just the best. Happy Pink Saturday,

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  5. Susie Jefferson

    The mirror tip is very clever – I'll have to try it. I love how you've displayed your hydrangeas.Welcome to PS – Pink Saturday is a lovely place to be!

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  6. Maison Mutt

    How lucky you are that you were able to have your hydrangeas take root. I've had no luck but still do love these beautiful flowers. Niki

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  7. Esther

    I'm still visiting all great Pinkies! So happy belated Pink Saturday to you! Love your post, thank you for sharing! Esther XX

    Reply

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