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Star Gazer Hydrangea

Hydrangea, Star Gazer (macrophylla 'Star Gazer') Unique lacecap with blue or pink star insets, depending on soil pH, surrounded by white picotee edges. Compact habit. This reblooming shrub collection features fully double blooms supported by extra long stems. Blooming occurs throughout spring, summer, and fall with good mildew resistance 3-4' x 3-5'

Gorgeous climbing hydrangea is a deciduous vine that is perfect for climbing up shady trees, pergolas and arbors. Grows in part sun to shade and blooms in early summer. Vine may take 3-5 years to bloom after first planted. Zones 4-7

Unusual "Lady in Red" Hydrangea - a compact grower that prefers partial sun. Dramatic foliage color in the fall. - I want this for my garden.

Peppermint Twist. Easy to grow and even able to withstand Southern droughts and heat, these puffs blend pink and white for a billowy, beautiful look.

Cotton Candy Grass - Withstands heat, humidity, poor soil and even drought. Very easy to grow, it reaches a mature height of 3-4 feet tall and gets 3-4 feet wide. Grows in all U.S zones.

Zaluzianskya villosa “Southern Lilac Drumsticks”. Strongly scented like vanilla and jasmine. Blooms at night. Start in pots, need high summer heat and full sun, allow to dry out between waterings.

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How to Get More Hydrangea Flowers

Get more from your garden! From endless summer to Bigleaf hydrangea, find out how to get more hydrangea blooms: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/trees-shrubs-vines/shrubs/get-more-hydrangea-flowers/?socsrc=bhgpin071913hydrangeaflowers

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Epsom Salt to Remove Tree Stumps

Tree Stump Removal - Get rid of tree stumps by drilling holes in the stump and filling them with 100% Epsom salt. Follow with water, and wait. Live stumps may take as long as a month to decay, and start to decompose all by themselves.

Heuchera x villosa Citronelle. Brightens up a shady spot. I have it planted as a border with my hydrangea and love the contrast.

~Tulip Ice Cream is a blue ribbon winner in any garden display and an exotic-looking variety that you'll enjoy for many years. This bulb is unique and not readily found in markets. Plant in a high traffic area to enjoy as often as possible. Blooms late spring.