August 18, 2015

Judy ~ Nothing to Share


This week was Stella's birthday celebration, and a visit from long-time friends, so there's nothing here to share.  Hope you all had a great week, too, but a more productive one.

Our version of Jack in the Beanstalk.  It's a blackeyed Susan vine.

A different kind of Hydrangea, Rocket


cq4fun said...

Both beautiful flowers. I didn't know the Black-eyed Susan would grow like a vine, and I've never seen that kind of hydrangea before. Mine is the snowball type, but I don't think it's going to bloom at all this year. It's struggling just to grow leaves and isn't getting any height to it.

Suztats said...

I love Black-eyed Susan (of course!) vine, and used to grow it every year at our home-before-the-lake house. I've not seen that type of hydrangea before. This summer my white (annabelle?) blooms are huge. Have a good week.

ladyhawthorne said...

The black eyed susan vine is a different plant than the black eyed susan flower most are familiar with. I've grown those as well, always a bright spot!

Judy S. said...

Our "real" blackeyed Susans are tiny, thanks to a hungry rabbit. They are now within a "fence" with flowers that I'm hoping the deer won't find!