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gray shingled house with vine-covered arbor entry...plus hydrangeas ♥

This will be the front of our house someday... I LOVE hydrangeas.

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gray shingle siding and a front door with square windows.

Hydrangeas...I never tire of seeing the beautiful blue hydrangeas.

Gray shingles, cream shutters...I would add rod iron hardware, yellow or teal front door and window boxes spilling over with flowers!

Caring for cut hydrangeas Cut hydrangeas will sometimes wilt almost as soon as you bring them in from the garden. Either the sticky sap in the stem or trapped air bubbles can form a barrier that prevents the flower from taking up water. Some techniques that will help prolong your blooms: -- Cut flowers in morning or evening, when it's cooler. -- Bring a container outside and place stems in water as soon as you cut them. -- Give stems a quick hot-water bath. Boil water and pour it into a container. Hold the bottom few inches of your hydrangea stem in the hot water for 30 seconds, then transfer to a vase with room-temperature water.

this is what the perfect garage doors look like