Friday, October 18, 2013

Friday Finds - Oakleaf Hydrangea

Can't believe the weekend is here already.  This is a picture of the leaves of my Oakleaf Hydrangea.  The Oakleaf is native to the United States and it gets is name from the shape of it's beautiful large leaves.  The leaves turn colors of red, orange, yellow and burgundy in the fall if planted in a sunny location with a little afternoon shade.  I think it is quite happy in my garden.  

I'm linking to Kim Klassen's Friday Finds today.

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  1. Very nice image! I just love the colors of Autumn!
    Visiting from Friday Finds -

  2. beautiful addition to the autumn garden.