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  • Bizzy Kusky

    I want to buy a house largely so I can plant hydrangeas....

  • Kelly O'Rourke

    Once we learn how to plant, feed and care for things that grow in the ground - bring on the hydrangea!

  • Elysse Whiting

    Absolutely in love with hydrangeas! Gorgeous flowers ❤️

  • Kristine Marie

    MY FAVORITE FLOWER TO GROW: A beautiful mixture of colored Hydrangeas!

  • fay clique

    Hydrangeas at Flower Market

  • Rebecca Ann

    Colorful Hydrangeas...i have light blue and i cant wait to get better at growing them so i can collect a rainbow of colors. i love hydrangea. i think i must be an old fashion flower garden collector. from the lilac to the peonie, hydrangea and hollyhock, iris and any flower that reminds me of an auntie or grandparent or special person w one of those small nebraska farming towns where families traded plants each spring...that is what i adore most. the rest is just spicing it up here and there.

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one stem of hydrangea in a decorative cup (e.g. initial monogram mugs from anthropologie, decorative glass ones from z gallerie, etc)

♥ great colors for a table bouquet, i'd love this anywhere in my house :)

peonies... I used to collect bulbs. These flowers love our clay-like soil and are very easy keepers and pleasers! One day I'd like a yellow one! They were $100 a couple of years ago!

ranunculus. brilliantly colored flowers. frost-hardy cool-season perennial bulbs. perform best where winters are relatively mild and springs are long and cool. make terrific container plants everywhere else. make long-lasting cut flowers.

*PURSATILLA ...The genus Pulsatilla contains about 33 species of herbaceous perennials native to meadows and prairies of North America, Europe, and Asia. Common names include pasque flower (or pasqueflower), wind flower, prairie crocus, Easter Flower, and meadow anemone.

Climbing Hydrangea. Yes, this is a slow grower as it doesn't really take off for about three years, but so worth the wait! It will grow in the shade extra bonus if you have a shady stone wall or fence...or house!

A touch of spring Helleborus x hybridus - double form by Jacky Parker