The vibrant blues, pinks, and purples are back and ready to be ooh-ed and aww-ed over this weekend at the 4th Annual Hydrangea Festival at Rosebank Farms. Owners Sidi Limehouse and Louise Bennett are once again opening their farm to the public to view the spectacular flowers in their finest form. Over the past year they have added 1,200 plants, almost doubling the number of existing hydrangeas as they continue to cultivate the several acres of gardens. Along with the free tour and advice from the experts on how to care for you plants, there will also be a whole hog barbecue coupled with fresh Rosebank vegetables served for $12. Other draws of the festival include a hydrangea sale so you can take home your own plant, and artwork by local artists. Visitors can tour the gardens from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday.