This Hydrangea belongs to my sister and her silly husband.
Four years ago, when they decided to move here ,
this plant was loaded with blossoms.
Since then, it was cut to the ground by our "esteemed" ground crew.
Joe cut it the following year and it hasn't bloomed since.
I guess he has gotten tired of hearing me say
"Stop cutting it ..leave it alone".
He added some artificial flowers, telling me the night before ,
that this type of Hydrangea just flowers over night
into full blossoms.
Besides being very talented, ( I won't say in what ),
he has quite an imagination.