This is a follow-up to my June 27th post in which I showed the bloom progression of my "Pee Wee" oakleaf hydrangea. I mentioned then that as the summer progresses, the leaves begin to turn a wonderful shade of burgundy. I didn't mention that the blooms change as well. Here are two pictures, the first is the bloom at the beginning of summer, the second is how it looks now. Either way would look terrific in a flower arrangement--that's if you have the fortitude to actually cut it. I don't.
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