Hydrangea arborescens annabelle

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Forget-me-not. A legend about the origin of the name forget-me-not is as follows. Once a medieval knight and his lady-love were walking beside a river. The knight held a bouquet in his hands. Because of the weight of the armor, he fell into the water. According to the legend, he threw the bouquet at her shouting forget-me-not.

How to Grow Forget-Me-Nots at Home in a Pot | Hunker

Forget-me-nots thrive in pots and large containers, where their masses of dainty, daisy-like flowers provide color all season long. Growing forget-me-nots in containers can help you control the growth of the flowers, which often expand aggressively when they're planted directly in the ground.

David Austin's Windemere/English Rose

David Austin's Windemere/English Rose

This is the color of one of my latest roses.

This is the color of one of my latest roses.

Bake for Happy Kids is top Singapore Australia baking cooking food blog written by Zoe, who lives in Melbourne.

Chaozhou / Teochew Meat / Pork Floss Lotus Paste Flaky Mooncake 潮洲肉丝酥皮月饼

Bake for Happy Kids is top Singapore Australia baking cooking food blog written by Zoe, who lives in Melbourne.

Annabelle Hydrangea | The Tree Center™

Annabelle Hydrangea

The round mop-heads of hydrangeas fill the garden with pleasure all summer and fall, but these plants are not so hardy and if you have cold winters you will find most of them hard to grow. But don’t despair, because the Annabelle Hydrangea is a native hydrangea that is hardy to minus 40 and is covered in huge crystal-white balls of flowers from mid-summer to the end of fall, even in shady corners of your garden. A perfect specimen, for mass-planting or as a low hedge or border plant, this…