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Hydrangeas-good info on growing them.

Hydrangea will always be one of my absolute favorite plants and this website has just about everything you need to know about them! I have these next to my house, and among other places

HOW TO;  Pruning Hydrangeas

Pruning Hydrangeas

Pruning Hydrangeas - Fine Gardening Article, includes nice video link, mentions Oakleaf Hydrangea pruning too.

Keep the flowers coming all season long with Endless Summer Hydrangea! See more #hydrangeas: www.bhg.com/ga rdening/trees-shrubs-vines/shrubs/hydrangea-guide/

How to Care for and Choose Hydrangeas

Reblooming Hydrangeas - Endless Summer Hydrangea macrophylla is one of the most famous rebloomers.

Hydrangeas can generally be broken down into two main groups: mopheads and lacecaps. Each group contains a gorgeous assortment of species and varieties. We'll discuss some of our favorites and give you ideas about how you can use them in your garden. We'll also show you some other great selections in the hydrangea clan, including oakleaf, paniculata, and climbing hydrangea so you can pick the best ones for you

How to Care for and Choose Hydrangeas

Hydrangeas come in a staggering array of shapes, sizes, and varieties. Knowing which of these flowering shrubs will do best in your backyard is the first step to success with this beautiful bloomer. Plus get tips for hydrangea care!

Great Tutorial: How to Propagate your Hydrangea Bush. You can never have too many hydrangeas !

after posting photos of my lovely Hydrangea bush, I had a few request's for a tutorial on propagating them.

La Hortensia: mucho más que una bella planta ornamental

The Hydrangea or Hydrangea arborescens is a beautiful native shrub. The flowers from the Hydrangea form in large bundles that can be as big as 10 inches in diameter. Hydrangeas do better in medium…

In the spring cut off a few branches 6 inches down, take off the bottom 2 leaves and dip the end in root stimulator, then plant in pot with high quality garden soil. Ta Da, you will have a new hydrangea bush by the end of summer. by april

In the spring cut off a few branches 6 inches down, take off the bottom 2 leaves and dip the end in root stimulator, then plant in pot with high quality garden soil. Ta Da, you will have a new hydrangea bush by the end of summer. by april

Smooth hydrangea (Hydrangea arborescens), also sometimes called hills of snow or snowball hydrangea, is an especially easy-growing type that's native to areas of North America. It has clusters of pure white flowers from midsummer into autumn; the older flowers often fade to green before they turn brown and dry.

Choose the Top Hydrangeas for Your Garden

What is the Best Way to Care for a Snowball Hydrangea That Survived Winter but did not Flower in the Summer?

Pruning Hydrangeas | Knowing if your shrub blooms on old or new wood will help you make timely cuts

Pruning Hydrangeas

Smooth Hydrangeas Pruning Hydrangeas: Knowing if your shrub blooms on old or new wood will help you make timely cuts

PERK UP YOUR PORCH AND PATIO THIS SPRING-#blue #hydrangeas in outdoor pots-stonegableblog.com

8 WAYS TO PERK UP YOUR PORCH AND PATIO THIS SPRING

PLANTING HYDRANGEAS IN POT AND URNS - Use The Original Endless Summer Collection hydrangea, blooms from spring to fall, use Miracle Grow Moisture Control Potting Soil, use time released fertilizer in bottom of hole, plant with base of the plant level with

Adding coffee grounds or other organic material to your hydrangea's soil will reduce the pH level and make aluminum more available to the plant. The result will be hydrangeas that are blue in color.

Hydrangeas & Coffee Grounds

Hydrangeas & Coffee Grounds – Adding coffee grounds or other organic material to your hydrangea’s soil will reduce the pH level and make aluminum more available to the plant. The result will be hydrangeas that are blue in color.

PLANT THIS FALL - plant along left fence in back Hydrangea Endless Summer® - 2 gallon pot

Hydrangea macrophylla Endless Summer® - 2 gallon pot

Reblooming - Hydrangea macrophylla, the most popular new gaiety of the reblooming mop head is “ These tend to be smaller shrubs, prefer partial shade, and bloom pink or blue.

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