Life In Color: Snowball Green

Good Monday Morning! Today, for the FOTD Challenge and Life In Color: Green Challenge we have snowball green in the garden! Spring has Sprung!

The Eastern Snowball bush is easy to grow in my neck of the woods! It is low-maintenance and matures into a large, large, large, dense bush up to 12 feet tall! It is also noted for its drought tolerance, something we have to have! Snowball flowers are green, then turn white and often fade to a rosy pink! This is a staple in an old fashioned Southern Garden!

Green Snowballs
Green Snowballs

11 Comments Add yours

  1. I have never heard of Snowball flowers … and they are so pretty!!

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    1. It’s one of my favorites! But, you must have a big spot for it! Cady

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  2. restlessjo says:

    Oh, my very favourite! I’ve loved these ever since the Azores! 🙂 🙂 Have a wonderful trip tomorrow 🙂 🙂

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  3. Toonsarah says:

    That’s so beautiful!

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  4. Jo Shafer says:

    Drought tolerant, you say? Maybe that’s why they grow out here in East Central Washington state. We don’t have one, but I see these bushes in gardens around town from time to time. Their big balls o’green give them away — no hiding among other bushes.


    1. No, they are huge! I wish I had a big enough garden for one! Cady

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  5. mariawijk says:

    Beautiful! Is it some kind of Hydrangea?

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    1. It’s in viburnum family …….. I think!


  6. Cee Neuner says:

    Beautiful 😀

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  7. Lovely. I don’t know that they’d do well in Arizona, but I think there were some in Illinois, although that’s not a dry place. If they weren’t the same, they were certainly similar to the undiscerning eye (that would be mine.) 🙂


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