If you’ve ever gone through a New Englanders’ Instagram feed, you’ll find at least a dozen photos of hydrangeas! They seem to be the most photographed flower in the northeast and to be honest, I am guilty of joining the flower craze. See my Instagram feed and all my photos below for evidence.
Last July, on our annual trip to Block Island, we saw bushes and bushes of blue hydrangeas thriving off the island soil. There were hydrangeas on hydrangeas on hydrangeas! (Have I said the word ‘hydrangeas’ enough?) But really, I’ve never seen so many in my life and wouldn’t be surprised if these flowers outnumbered the island locals.
Luckily, hydrangeas are my all time favorite, so I took a million snaps to share with you today. Here are just some of the hydrangeas I came across on Block Island. Hope you enjoy!
Hydrangeas of Block Island
At the Old Town Inn
In front of Blocks of Fudge
Along Corn Neck Road
At the Spring House Hotel
What type of flowers grow by your neighborhood?
More on Block Island
How to Visit Block Island on a Budget
A Day on Block Island: Mohegan Bluffs and Southeast Lighthouse
A Guide to Visiting Block Island’s North Lighthouse
Kayaking at the Great Salt Pond on Block Island
Where to Find the Prettiest Flowers on Block Island
Celebrating our Anniversary on Block Island
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