Snow In Summer

Lovely, isn’t it?  It reminds me of snow.  These are hydrangeas – and believe it or not there is actually a plant named Snow In Summer but it’s more of a slivery ground cover that flowers with frilly soft white flowers in June to look like a carpet of snow.

These hydrangeas – thought I don’t know their name – have a bouncy, creamy-white appearance.  This image was taken a few weeks ago.  They are now turning a bit of a pinkish blush in parts and still look lovely.  But imagine walking to work and seeing an almost entire length of fence with these beauties?  It’s like a hedge that’s over 12 feet long!