Peonies and Hydrangea

Two lovely bouquets from the hospital.  Both arrangements have amazing combination of peonies and hydrangeas — but the top is my favorite bouquet of all time.  The blue flower is a type of hydrangea I’ve never seen before.

36 thoughts on “Peonies and Hydrangea

  1. Anonymous

    oh, man. Peonies and hydrangeas are my two all-time favorite flowers. You’re a lucky lady.

  2. Chloe

    GORGEOUS! I’m a southern transplant currently in the midwest and I just planted my first hydrangea. So far, so good, if it can just make it through the winter…

  3. The Lil Bee

    So pretty! I’ve never seen hydrangeas like that either. I hope you are relaxing and enjoying every second with that little munchkin. When you get a second, will you email me your address? Thanks, love! xo

  4. C

    Beautiful both. I’m in with love Ranunculus at the moment, can’t believe I only recently discovered it but I try to pick some up when I come across them at markets.

  5. carrie @ bloomacious

    wow – I took some shots of some peonies and iris in my garden last week but the colors weren’t quite as distinct as these – these are gorgeous!

    Carrie @

  6. Bri

    I’d love to know exactly what kind of hydrangea that is – so unusual! Looks like someone has a great eye for the kind of flowers you would like.

    Oooh, and congrats again!

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  9. morgan

    I am planning for a wedding and I was wondering if anyone knows where to buy fake peonies from? I live in Idaho and we don`t have very many options for craft and flowers stores. I love how the peonies on this page look I like when they are big but look like they are still buds. Can anyone help me out?

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  12. Kirsten

    I’ve gotta say I think the first arrangement is actually hellebores/Lenten Roses and Peonies. I’ve never seen any hydraegeas that have layered petals like that. The colors do remind me of Lenton rose and it could be double blossomed variety.

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