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  • Peggy Edenburn

    Chartreuse Floral Arrangement love these colors

  • Zelda Fitz

    How to arrange cut flowers from our limelight hydrangea!

  • Sarah Crawford

    buds of hydrangea and their serrated true green leaves of limey sweet potato vine, acuba, and southern shield and kimberly queen fern fronds serving as a dutiful homage to this amazing color in its various shades ~

  • Gena D

    #green #flowers #arrangement

  • Veronica Angeli

    Shades of green make a beautiful arrangement – and in a green Depression Glass vase to boot! Hydrangea blossoms and their serrated true green leaves bounce off a mix of limey sweet potato vine, acuba, Southern Shield and Kimberly Queen fern fronds that can cool anyone on a sweltering summer afternoon.

  • Angie Payne

    Green Hydrangea ~ This reminds me of Presley Cheyenne...she loves the color green.

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My mother-in-law (a wonderful godly woman) would root her species Hydrangea by digging a shallow hole, laying a Hydragea branch in the hole (late spring/early summer), back-filling the hole with the dirt and placing a brick on top of the hole/branch. In the fall, the branch would have rooted into the soil just in time for a fall harvest to transplant. Miss you Bernice Moore!