Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Vancouver Beauties

The people whose Hydrangeas these are have added something to the soil and these blossoms are now . . . GREEN!

I don't know what type of plant this is but I liked the shining star of each leaf. . .

5 comments:

Malyss said...

Strange, the optical effect really make the leaves shine like stars!

Barb said...

I love the frilly look of Hydrangeas - no matter what the color. I believe the leaf is Nasturtium. There should be an orange blossom that is edible.

James said...

They both look so nice.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I love hydrangeas! My Annabelle hydrangea turns green when they are fading.

Nasturtiums are edible, taste peppery. The flowers are usually hot shades of red, orange and yellow...though sometimes they are also pale yellow.

Nice photos!

RuneE said...

Edible or not - nice they look.

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