An Unusual Sight

I love oak leaf hydrangea.  There is just something wild about it to me–the mix of frou frou hydrangea blossoms and something as strong and iconic as an oak leaf.  I spotted this one on a rare jaunt on “the other side” of College (i.e. the northeast side) and found it striking due to the mix of white and pink blossoms.  While hydrangea bushes are known to grow different colored blooms, and even grow blooms of different colors depending on the stage of the growth season, I’ve never seen anything other than a pure white oak leaf hydrangea.

oak leaf hydrangea

oak leaf close

The pink blossoms near the base of the dominently white bloom

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