Gradient Hydrangea

JOELIX.com | Gradient Hydrangea Paniculata

JOELIX.com | Gradient Hydrangea Paniculata

JOELIX.com | Gradient Hydrangea Paniculata

JOELIX.com | Gradient Hydrangea Paniculata

JOELIX.com | Gradient Hydrangea Paniculata

Even though our home is such a mess because of the bathroom renovation, I'm trying to keep up with the flowers at home. The #2flowergirls challenges by Elodie & Inga really helped me to get over the no-flowers-at-home itch. And our cats seem to be fine with it too. They haven't nibbled on these hydrangea… yet 😉

I spotted these Hydrangea Paniculata flowers in one of our city's flower beds. When no one watched I cut off a few branches (ohhh!). Did you notice how they have the perfect pink-white gradient? The vase was made by mom and I recycled the neon pink bakerstwine from this bouquet. You can buy it here.

6 thoughts on “Gradient Hydrangea

  1. Firstly I rarely see such a soft pink in the hydrangeas. Over here it's usually, purples, blues and greens. The pink is stunning and the sweet string sets it off. I'm so glad you have the courage to do it, I often walk past lavender on the street and wishing I would just cut a big bunch! Mel xx

    1. Just do it, Mel! Maybe not every day, but every once in a while is OK, right? Funny you mention the color, I wasn't sure it were hydrangea either when I saw them, because the flowers bunch have this cone-shape, but apparently they are. Happy flower picking ;)

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