Hydrangeas and nothing but Hydrangeas ….

What a lot of Hydrangeas - from a variety of destinations including RHS Wisley and the Savill Garden near Windsor. Probably a few from Golden Hill Nurseries down on the south coast who are specialists in this beautiful plant - definitely worth seeking out their expert knowledge at any future plant fair or flower show.…

RHS Wisley – life and death in the Surrey hills… Hydrangeas, Camellias and Hellebores, mostly, Sorbus and Malus, Cornus, Salix and Rubus, Acer, Rhododendron, Chimonathus, Henry Moore and a Squirrel

Acer griseum, lauded for its peeling bark, caught here in the chill morning sunlight on the slopes of Battleston Hill at the RHS gardens at Wisley. The gardens feature the remnants of many fine plants, dying beautifully, hydrangeas foremost in this class, as well as the heralds of a new season, with the earliest hellebores…

Hydrangeas all the way at RHS Wisley – definitely #hydrangealove

Hydrangea macrophylla Altona (above) Hydrangea paniculata Limelight (below) Hydrangea paniculata Vanille Fraise (below) Hydrangea Early Sensation (below) Hydrangea paniculata Chantilly Lace (below) Hydrangea paniculata Dolly (below) Hydrangea PanHydrangea paniculata Big Ben (below) Hydrangea paniculata Unique (below) Hydrangea macrophylla Nymph (below) Hydrangea paniculata Angel's Blush (below) Hydrangea aspera Kawakamii Group (below) Hydrangea quercifolia Applause (below) Hydrangea…