I know what you mean, Stephanie...it was a hot and humid 83 here yesterday.
This is the only month my yard actually looks decent...when the spring blossoms fade that's it...I wish they could last all summer too:)
Beautiful. Ours hasn't begun to bloom as yet. It won't be long. Have a great weekend.
one of my favorites!
me too! me too....around here we leap far too quickly into the long days of summer.
Beautiful!!!!!!!! I can almost smell them!
I know what you mean, I feel like spring has simply just disappeared too fast this year.At all times I want spring to stop and linger...xoxo
Oh, mine are lagging a little behind yours - but they do always signal summer to me, as well!
I just got back from Chicago where it was in the 50's and rainy and windy...brr! It was a fun city to visit!I can feel the weather getting humid here in NY. It was horrible last summer so I hope it won't be the same this summer.
I love hydrangeas! The white flowers are beautiful! I should think about planting a few. One more thing on my to-do list! The weather here is so inconsistent. One great day followed by three rainy cool days! denise
Gorgeous .. I always called them 'cone hydrangea', thanks for the lesson!
I too love the spring, there are many more changes around us, whereas in summer it all becomes static.
Someone remarked today that it would be June in two weeks -- I nearly fainted when I realized they were right! Gorgeous shot here.
Lovely picture and Heine's words...Greetings from France,Pierre
I'm glad you stopped by and I look forward to your comments. As Dr. Fraser Crane would say, "Hello, I'm listening."