Aaah! The “hydra” in hydrangea stands for “hydrate”.
Well, here is Toby’s hydrangea. As you can see he was very creative with his colors making his flowers everything from white to purple. My little boy does enjoy his work.
Actually mom I cheated. I used these!
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IY IS BEAUTIFUL !
So glad to know someone appreciates my artwork! – Toby
Very talented Toby is!
Thank you, Yoda! 🙏🏻
So beautiful, Toby! You are a p-awesome artist! 😉
(((HUGS))), PATS, and RUBS!!! 🙂
Just gimme a bowl of water and I’ll “p”aint you something special! 😂🌸 🎨🐶
I’m torn as to whether Mr. Toby is an artist or chemist. We all know that a pH below 6 produces blue/lavender hydrangeas and a pH over 7 creates pink blooms. Now, given that your common or garden dogger’s urine has a pH of 7.0-7.5, (and we assume Big T fits the standard range) we have to assume he likes the pinks. But…it appears he has chosen to blend his production which suggests his focus is more creative than scientific. Or perhaps I am over thinking this.
IRL Toby actually waters the pink side, but there wasn’t as much room on that side of the photo to put Illustrated Toby. I wasn’t sure if anyone would notice, but of course you did, Max! 😆
That’s amazing work, Toby!
I am an artist at heart! ❤️🎨 – Toby
No respect for plant life. Don’t eat one. They will give you a bad belly.
Really? I tried to bite one once, but Gma took it away from me before I could eat it. – Toby