Anyone else have a maple tree on their counter?
What pretty pictures. And I can see parts of your kitchen! :) Soooo different from when we were there last! We have to come visit. I love your colors from what I can see.
Ooooh! I love the hydrangea! I wish they could grow in our sandy soil down here. I miss seeing them every summer up north.
You're right Rowan, it is a maple :)It's beautiful, I love trees!
The maple was growing up through the stairs of our garage deck, so Andrew cut it down. It does look pretty in the kitchen :o).As for the hydrangea, I am one lucky girl. Right now I have about 50 of them. Every couple of years, when we can find some money for it, we buy more so that we can enclose our property a bit. Some of them are propogating, too, which is exciting. The corner we live on ended up being a lot busier than we thought it would be, so they're going to give us some privacy and prettiness. A bonus has been that I'm meeting all sorts of people who stop to talk about the flowers :o).
50!!!!! I was going ask to see pictures of your new fence, but forget that. I want to see all your hydrangeas! 8D
Unfortunately that'd be a tough picture to take - they cover quite a long stretch. I'll try to get a good picture of some of them when the weather improves, though. Most of them are still relatively small. The oldest are only three years old. Even the small ones make *so* many flowers, though. It's really amazing.And I'll get some fence pictures when it's a little closer to finished. We'll hopefully get the last posts in Sunday, then get started on the finishing work.
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