28
Jun

postedbyYousef

Every year Mom goes to the botanic shop near us and buys some more hydrangea plants to replace the old and dying ones. Sometimes she buys 2 and sometimes more, depending on how bad/good last year’s plants are holding up. When I’m here when and we go to the botanic, I always try my best to steer her away from buying the same flowers, I try and try AND try! but to no avail. I don’t know what is it with these flowers and I don’t know why all the other gardens around us have this same flowers. these and the lavender. Once the mission to buy a different plant this year failed (failed miserably. We bought 3 new hydrangeas!) I insisted on buying these little dividers/partitions just so I would feel like I made a tiny difference this time 😛


 

This entry was posted on Saturday, June 28th, 2008 at 4:22 pm

6 Responses to “The One With The Hydrangea Flowers”

  1. :::ShoSho::: says:

    Well, this is the perfect time for lavander that is why it’s everywhere now.. I love it!

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  2. Yousef says:

    I love lavender too but they attract bees, lots of bees, the furry ones especially… *shivers*

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  3. INM says:

    walla 7elween wayed :) yeblenah cham wardah menhom laih radait yousef 😉

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  4. almama says:

    i have small garden in my house , i plant it every summer with different plants and flowers . so when i found any of my plants died , i replace it with other flowers ,and me the only one who is responsible for giving water to the garden every day , so i will plant what i want and like . am i right?

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  5. Intlxpatr says:

    LLOOOLLL, Yousef, you won’t get any support from me on this one! The climate in France, like the climate in Seattle, is perfect for hydrangeas (need lots of water) and lavender just smells so good! I have several varieties in my Seattle garden. I vote with your Mum!

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  6. Yousef says:

    INM hehehe ee bali 😛

    almama 6a3! feeha nejrah! lol

    intlxpatr I like the flower too but there are many other flowers out there to choose from.. and the lavender attracts way to many bees!

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