Joseph’s Coat

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I am done with all the segments for this lot of colors and ready to attach the row.  The circles are made – needing less and less of them as these rows get shorter as well – only 13 needed this time.

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The  next two colors

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My lovely big hydrangea bush is in full bloom and this year like last year has an array of colors on it where as it used to just be bloom.  I know my soil must be changing but I have never gotten around to testing it – I’m not that serious of a gardener.  All of these off of the same bush.

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The vase – picked up in Pennsylvania years ago.

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8 comments… add one
  • Jackie May 11, 2012

    WOW!! I love how your Joseph’s coat is turning out. The next few colors that you are adding look very much like your hydrangeas. The blooms are just gorgeous!

  • Steffi May 11, 2012

    The end is in sight now with the Joseph´s Coat! It looks amazing!
    And I love hydrangeas! Have a whole file on my computer with hydrangea pictures. Yours are so beautiful with the different colours.

  • Nedra May 11, 2012

    Wow, those hydrangeas are amazing! One of my most favorite flowers.

  • Doreen May 11, 2012

    So interesting how that flower is the fave of so many…..me included! The subtle color changes/pastels definitely fall into the “soothing” category! There are some varieties that are winter-hardy for my area but I haven’t planted them. Your Joseph’s Coat is such a ‘knock out’!!! Glad you are coming down to the homestretch!!! Hugs……

  • anina May 11, 2012

    Like. :o)

  • Jessica May 12, 2012

    Those hydrangeas look amazing!! Mine aren’t going to be there for a while, although we are planting the garden tomorrow! Finally warm enough up here in WI.

  • Karen May 12, 2012

    Jes these flowers are all off of the old bush – I’m amazed at getting 3 different colors on them now when they used to be so blue.

  • JC is looking fabulous!!

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