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    • Kellie

      Wish I could grow Hydrangeas like this

    • Jenn Cross

      Hydrangea bushes make pretty (and easy) side yards. Other hydrangeas, such as ‘Annabelle,’ ‘Bella Anna,’ ‘Endless Summer,’ ‘Incrediball,’ ‘Limelight,’ and ‘Snowflake,’ are just as good. A sturdy, white fence provides a classic backdrop for a dynamic display.

    • Cyndi Reid

      Hydrangea bushes growing by a white picket fence

    • Jolie Treutel

      I love #luxury house design #home decorating before and after #home interior design 2012

    • Kimberly Mazzo

      Hydrangeas - Easy Growing: Flowers for Fences - Southern Living.Nikko Blue’ hydrangeas.

    • Louise Sullivan

      Garden ideas

    • Estef S

      Hydrangeas Don’t rein in the magic when shrubs such as ‘Nikko Blue’ hydrangeas put on a boisterous show. Plant them on the street side of the fence for all the neighbors to see. Granted, folks will be jealous, but share a bloom and they’ll soon get over it. Other hydrangeas, such as ‘Annabelle,’ ‘Bella Anna,’ ‘Endless Summer,’ ‘Incrediball,’ ‘Limelight,’ and ‘Snowflake,’ are just as good. A sturdy, white fence provides a classic backdrop for a dynamic display.

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