I’ve been waiting three years to see this baby bloom and the timing couldn’t be better. The recent heat wave has wreaked havoc on some areas in my garden, but seeing this G. Kuhnert hydrangea beginning to bloom for the first time, in the most adverse weather conditions, has served as a small but powerful reminder that even when we’re feeling parched (spiritually, emotionally, or physically), there is beauty waiting to be discovered. One that our heavenly Father alone can create amidst any and all circumstances. Praise the Lord!
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