Hydrangeas are sensitive flowers, wilting with insufficient moisture and easily scorching in summer sunshine. But when they find their place, they are weak-knees romantic and swoonworthy.
Perhaps the most unique feature of these old-fashioned blooms is their responsiveness to acidity, like nature's own soil test. Blue is generally a sign of lower pH, and some gardeners even supplement to get that effect. As always, my garden brings questions to mind like how we all adapt to environmental stress and the soil in which we're growing.
'Transition' - a mosaic of stained glass, 7.25"h x 18"w. SOLD