Planting Hydrangeas, Pruning Hydrangeas, Hydrangea Care. All kinds of great tips! The further south you live, the less tolerant the plants are to the intense sun. Allow for 2-3 hours of morning sun with afternoon dappled or part shade. - See more at: http://www.endlesssummerblooms.com/design-and-grow/planting-and-care#sthash.1r3sSCHq.dpuf
What Type of Hydrangea is This? A Handy Care Guide
Hydrangeas are one of the most beloved plants in our gardens and for good reason—they are gorgeous. Many gardeners have questions about pruning, colour changes (pink or blue), basic care, transplanting, and how to get stubborn ones to bloom. This simple g
Everything You Need to Know About Climbing Hydrangea
If you love hydrangeas, find out how to grow more beautiful blooms! Hydrangeas love water, but be careful about applying fertilizer (be sure it’s not too much, and that it is applied at the right time). To successfully grow hydrangea flowers, though, you need to know about your specific variety, so read our tips and tricks for caring for each type of hydrangea. Before long, your garden will be filled with lots of lovely hydrangea flowers.
Hydrangeas are one of the most popular perennial garden shrubs, mostly due to their mesmerizing big flowers in pink, white ot blue color and nice foliage, even in autumn. They add a vintage charm to any garden. But they are not only beautiful, they are also easy to care for. What makes them fascinating is the ability to change the color of the flowers.
Pretty Pink or Brilliant Blue: How to Make Your Hydrangea Change Color
We asked the Chair of the Peony Society to share her no-nonsense tips for how to grow the perfect, blousy peonies - including how to plant them, care for them and how to help them look their best once they've been cut and arranged in a vase.