White Hydrangeas

Here is a close-up of hydrangea blossoms that bloom now in my garden. I have four shrubs that grow each year to 7-8 feet tall whether I cut them back to the ground in spring or not. They are magnificent as a tall hedge and attract an incredible variety of bees and wasps. The insects almost seem to get high on the nectar by the way they frantically go after it. Luckily, I'm not afraid of bees or wasps, more fascinated by them. They are so involved with the flowers that they pay no attention to me. No bees or wasps in this painting, though.
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