Monday, July 25, 2011

Bringing coals to Newcastle

More hydrangea to bring to your house, Jane!!  Added some grape to break the monotony.



I've got a bumper crop this year!! Grapes AND Hydrangea.  Can't wait to visit everybody else's house!

9 comments:

An Urban Cottage said...

You go on, girl, with your grapes! That is SO cool! The leaves are similar to hydrangea so the clusters look like they could be the buds of the flowers (if we didn't know better).

I spy your darling little Cambridge Antiques Market find.

flwrjane said...

Lovely, never enough hydrangeas for my taste.

Our grapes are all gone, only the vine remaining... damn squirrels.

I'll have to come to your house to eat some.

xo Jane

An Urban Cottage said...

I had to look up that coal idiom. Never heard it. I thought you'd lost your mind in the heat!

Denise | Chez Danisse said...

A perfect pair.

Lotte and Bloom said...

am loving your mining reference...i like what you've done there!

webb said...

The bluest of blue hydrangeas - lovely! Mine are wilting in the heat. Can't get enough water into them. Glad yours are doing well.

Jen of Country Weekend said...

Lovely--I have hydrangeas all over my house right now. I never get tired of that blue.

flowers on my table said...

Your Hydrangea look lovely and the grape is a most unusual touch. Love Linda x

Sweetgum Thursday said...

The perfect sum of summer, the flowers and the fruit and the sea. Lovely.