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How to Dry Hydrangeas

Enjoy hydrangeas year-round by drying them! Pick flowers mid to late summer, cut the stems, and place them in a sunny spot in your home for one to two weeks. You will then have beautiful air-dried hydrangeas to use for flower arrangements or other diy flower decor!

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Tips for growing Hydrangea

Tips for growing Hydrangea (Need these for my house)

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Drying Hydrangeas - the Right Way

How to Dry Hydrangeas - follow these simple step by step directions to have beautiful dried flowers all year long! eclecticallyvintage.com

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The Best New Shade Perennials for 2014

Electrify the darkest corners of your landscape with shade-loving perennial flowers. Here are some of our top picks for 2014.

Avante Gardens Florist. Large tropical vase arrangement for a birthday... featuring Ginger, Mokara orchids, Hot Lady roses, Limelight anthurium, hydrangea and tropical foliage

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Easy Tips for Growing Lavender

Easy Tips for Growing Lavender. Pin now read next spring #Herb_Garden #Best_Garden_Decor #Garden_Design #Controlling_Pests_in_your_Garden

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5 Tips for Growing Gorgeous Hydrangeas

5 Tips for Growing Gorgeous Hydrangeas... How to take care of hydrangeas to get more blooms, proper pruning techniques and how to transplant and grow more hydrangea plants.

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How to Grow Hydrangeas

How to Grow Hydrangeas - including quick tricks to change them from blue to pink or back!!! "The color of your mophead depends upon your soil’s pH. Blue hydrangeas require aluminum; your soil must have a low pH (5.2 to 5.5). You can achieve this by adding aluminum sulfate to the soil.For pink blooms, your soil must have a higher pH (6.0 to 6.2); that is, a low level of aluminum. Phosphorus can help control the aluminum content and help you achieve the desired results."

For back fence...Limelight hydrangeas. They grow up to 8 ft tall, can grow in full sun or shade and can tolerate dry soil. Beautiful!

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New Trees and Shrubs for 2013

Everlasting Revolution Hydrangea

This site is pretty awesome. It lists plants that can grow in specific conditions -- ex. alkaline soil, clay soil, dry shade, etc.

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How to Dry Hydrangeas

How to dry hydrangeas - great information!

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Lisa Mende Design: Penny Ball - Tuesday Tidbit

Penny Ball for the garden. Pennies in the garden repel slugs and make hydrangeas blue. I love this idea. It looks old and new and beautiful