17 Dreamy Hydrangea Gardens That Are Giving Us Major Inspiration
Hydrangeas as far as the eye can see? Count us in.
We wouldn’t mind coming home to this.
This might be the most beautiful privacy fence we’re ever laid eyes on.
Let them grow! We love the look of overgrown hydrangeas.
We love the combination of the weathered wood fence and the stunning hydrangea blossoms.
Perfectly overgrown white hydrangeas climb the side of a porch.
A wall of blue hydrangeas leads the way.
Hydrangeas love morning sun and afternoon shade. Find a side of the house that does just that and watch them thrive.
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This rustic country home is nestled behind a hearty cluster of hydrangeas.
This formal courtyard is anchored by two large blue and white pots holding hydrangea trees. Bursting with blooms, the top-heavy trees are reinforced to keep them from toppling over.
This stunning white home showcases two of our favorite blooms: climbing roses and mophead hydrangeas.
Skip the fence and line your yard with a thick border of hydrangeas. We love the color variety here.
This tidy hydrangea garden is line with a low boxwood hedge. The slate path and white gate pair with the pillowy blooms to create utter perfection.
There’s nothing more Southern than a wide front porch—unless, of course, that front porch is seemingly built on a foundation of hydrangeas.
Now that’s one way to make an entrance. Terra cotta pots bursting with blooms line a simple driveway.
These hydrangeas cannot be contained. The setting sun makes the perfect backdrop.
This secret garden is utterly dreamy. A hearty rosemary bush makes a fragrant addition to pink hydrangeas.