Hydrangea Skeletons

Even through the fall and winter, the brittle “bones” of these once bright purplish-blue, mop-head flower clusters retain their shape.  Now, they’re simply gorgeous in a different way – think I’ll call them snowflakes for now, at least until the real stuff falls!

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