Hydrangeas everywhere!

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I was talking to my mum recently and she was complaining that she doesn't have the time to take care of all the plants in the garden and water them when it is dry (yeaa... after I sent her some roses to plant pfrrr... :p).

Solution?

Plant Hydrangeas!
Hydrangeas everywhere!

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They seem to be very low maintenance, easy to grow, create large, green foliage and huge clusters of flowers. Just need some trimming once a year.
Seems like a perfect plant for lasy busy people.

And she does have some and she likes them a lot and admires their blooming every year. So why not more, right? :)

Plus they look great on photos with all their textures.
That's just as a side note, of course.

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Little maintenance with spectacular results? Count me in. I enjoy looking at those zigzag patterns of the leaf.

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If I had a garden I would plant them everywhere!
The leaves are awesome :)

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Very cool photos of leaves! As if done through a microscope

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Excellent macro photography. The veins on the leaves look beautiful and expressive. Maybe it wouldn't even be so visible in a color photo. Black-and-white photography can be very beautiful.

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In colour they are there too, but the contrast in B&W shows them a lot more pronounced.
Thank you! :)

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