Shelter for new buds:
dried hydrangea flowerheads
shield against frost.
I am rather fond of dried hydrangeas. The colours can be stunning xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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I shall bring them indoors to put in vases, once there’s no more danger of frosts and pruning time has arrived. They’re far too pretty to throw away.
Are you on the mend yet from your nasty chest problems over Christmas? Have been thinking about you and feeling very sorry for you. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Writers see things mere humans do not. This is a perfect example. You are not human, Sarah! 🙂 Happy Monday dear friend.
Hee, hee! I’m long suspected that, but then it takes one non-human to recognise another one, Bill! 😉 Happy Monday to you, my dear friend.
Beautiful words to describe unexpected beauty Sarah.
Interesting, I would have pronounced hydrangea with 4 syllables, not 3. Learning everyday.
I wasn’t sure about the syllables and, like you, thought it might be 4. Then I checked it out https://www.howmanysyllables.com/words/hydrangea
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