Weekly Photo Challenge: Delicate

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The skeleton flowers of Hydrangea serrata Shojo to me symbolise delicate.

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About Helen Johnstone

I live in Malvern, Worcestershire and am a very keen gardener. I started the Patient Gardener Blog in January 2008 as a way of recording what was happening in my garden and connecting with other like-minded people. I started a second blog PatientGardener 365 January 2013 in order to try and post a photo a day to capture what is growing in my garden or places I have visited
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13 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Delicate

  1. Arabella Sock says:

    They remind me of the gorgeous delicate casings of my tomatilloes

  2. Christina says:

    They are like lace, Helen, and that’s definately delicate. Chrisitna

  3. Judy says:

    Beautiful – reminded me of lace flowers.

  4. shail says:

    They do look delicate, like lace! :)

  5. Now that’s what I call delicate. Beautiful.

  6. Charlie says:

    There is a part of the garden world that is delicate, and fragile; you have captured it so well.

  7. How beautiful! Flowers and leaves do leave the most beautiful skeletons. You are right — even flowers past their prime have a charm all their own!

  8. Lovely. I’ve never seen Hydrangea blooms like those.

  9. hillwards says:

    Very pretty; the second picture looks like a lace butterfly.

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  11. Jo Bryant says:

    they are like butterflies…beautiful

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