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Here’s a terrific landscape look & a great way to spruce up a foundation planting.  Tall Hydrangea shrubs give structure while Rudbeckia black-eyed susan, red daylilies add brilliant summer color.  There is a Miscanthus (ornamental grass) that is providing an anchor on the far end.

Many a gardener is frustrated by a climbing rose not blooming the first season. Here is why and what you can do about it.

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Top Fall Flowers for Your Garden

Top Fall-Blooming Flowers for Your Garden

The color blue, it’s a color many homeowners want to have in their landscape. One plant we see in the garden to bring on the color blue comes from the plant Hydrangea. What makes makes hydrangea turn blue or any shade of pink? The primary contributor is soil pH. For details on pH and Blue …

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How to Care for and Choose Hydrangeas


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How to Grow Hydrangeas from Cuttings

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Limelight Hydrangea and Silk Tassels grass (Carex morrowii var. temnolepis 'Silk Tassel') Takes full sun to part shade.

impatiens Grow impatiens flowers in well-drained soil enriched by humus. Although impatiens flowers can, with sufficient water, be grown in partial sun in northerly regions, their great virtue is that they thrive in the shade.

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Heavenly Hydrangeas

caring for cut hydrangeas

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5 Tips for Growing Gorgeous Hydrangeas

5 Tips on How to Grow Gorgeous Hydrangeas

Planting In Containers Planting in containers is easy and fun, but only if you plant a container the right way. There are several things you can do to make your container planting a success.

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Essential Southern Plant: Hydrangea

The Complete Guide to Hydrangeas -!!