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    Hydrangea, Arborescens Annabelle An old favorite, often found in old, established estate gardens.



    • Melissa Powers

      Hydrangea, Arborescens Annabelle An old favorite, often found in old, established estate gardens. Perennial Zone: 3-9 Sun: Part Sun Height: 3-5 feet Spread: 4-6 feet Uses: Borders, Cut Flowers Bloom Season: Summer Side yard?

    • Sursum Corda ...

      Hydrangea, Arborescens Annabelle. I really am that sort of gal-- bookish/intellectual, nerdy, with classic-to-eclectic tastes. Don't bother with candy (I can make my own); don't bother with flowers, either, unless you're going to give me the plant.

    • Elizabeth Trott

      Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle' - Smooth Hydrangea. native. one big head, dull green leaf. looks bad if not cut back. part sun and moist soil. green to creamy white flowers. naturalizing, erosion control.

    • candy allen

      Hydrangea, Arborescens Annabelle An old favorite, often found in old, established estate gardens. Just planted one, sure hope it does this good.

    • Joyce E. Ritchie

      Hydrangea, Arborescens Annabelle An old favorite, often found in old, established estate gardens.

    • Paige Alisa

      Hydrangea, Arborescens Annabelle. I would like these in a large pot on my balcony!

    • Rebecca Elmshauser

      Front yard...Hydrangea, Arborescens Annabelle - Hydrangeas at

    • Stephanie Boucher

      Hydrangea, Arborescens Annabelle - Hydrangeas at $14.95

    • Kaylie Y

      Hydrangea, Arborescens Annabelle - $11 need five for front yard

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