Unusual "Lady in Red" Hydrangea - a compact grower that prefers partial sun. Dramatic foliage color in the fall. interesting

Hydrangeas -- Did you know changing aluminum in the soil changes the color of the hydrangea?

Tips on growing hydrangea

Hydrangea colors | ruggedthugruggedthug

Black Hydrangeas - romantic

Bougainvillea tree. Amazing! - how can I get my bougainvillea to look like this??

Schloss Wackerbarth hydrangea

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Anything and everything you need to know about growing hydrangeas: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/trees-shrubs-vines/shrubs/hydrangea-guide/?socsrc=bhgpin040115hydrangeaguide

Blushing Bride Hydrangea

Purple Passion Hydrangea - Full sun to full shade - Grows 3'-5' tall

Harlequin Hydrangea - Huge, 9-in. flowers in stunning all-out bloom throughout summer. Full and fluffy, they load the foliage—a glorious display of color. Branches bow under the sheer weight of the blossoms. Adaptable size for landscaping—grows 3-5 ft. tall. Best planted in full sun to partial shade. Potted plants. Zones 5-9.

Heuchera Citronelle - likes mostly shady, can put in large pots. Bright yellow-green.

Hydrangea Lemon Daddy - 'Lemon Daddy' has shiny lemon-yellow foliage and large pink (or blue) mophead flowers. This strong-stemmed, vigorous grower performs well in hot, humid conditions, and will brighten up the shade garden even when not in bloom.

hostas and hydrangeas ~ gorgeous partners!!

Good article on Coleus (my new favorite for containers) including care, how to take cuttings in the fall and grow indoors over the winter, shaping

ALL ABOUT HYDRANGEAS

#curbappeal white and green is classic. These are all perennials, you don't have to buy annuals which gets costly

Dreamy Hydrangeas Rooting Tips Cut a 12- to 15-inch piece off a non-blooming branch in July or August. Cut the clipped stem in two or three pieces, making sure that each section has at least two nodes that can be placed into the potting soil. Strip the foliage, except for the top few leaves of each cutting. If the top leaves are large, cut them in half to reduce water loss through foliage.