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Hydrangea Care Guide: How To Grow The Hydrangea Plant

Hydrangea Care Guide: How To Grow The Hydrangea Plant

Hydrangeas are easy to grow, beautiful, hardy garden shrubs that add color and texture to your landscape.Available in a wide variety of bloom colors in shades of white, pink, lavender and blue (often blooming on a single plant, it’s no wonder these plants are among the most popular choices in the home landscape.

Growing Climbing Hydrangea: Learn Care Of Classy Hydrangea Petiolaris

Growing Climbing Hydrangea: Learn Care Of Classy Hydrangea Petiolaris

The climbing Hydrangea is a woody, vine species of hydrangea belonging to the Hydrangeaceae family. The plant is native to Japan, Siberia, and the Korean peninsula.This plant has two plant types or cultivators you’ll find at the garden center – firefly climbing hydrangea and Miranda climbing hydrangea.

Little Quick Fire Hydrangea Care Tips

Little Quick Fire Hydrangea Care Tips

Little quick fire hydrangea, is a selection of Hydrangea paniculata (hy-DRAIN-juh, pan-ick-yoo-LAY-tuh), is a deciduous shrub and belongs to the Hydrangeaceae family.This is the dwarf form of the popular quick fire hydrangea.The genus name “hydrangea” derives from hydor which means “water” and aggeion means “vessel” – referring to the cup-shaped fruit of the flowering plant.

How To Make Hydrangeas Turn Blue

How To Make Hydrangeas Turn Blue

The blue color, it’s a color many homeowners want to have in their landscape. One plant we see in the garden to bring on the color blue comes from the plant Hydrangea.Hydrangeas are native to many countries in Asia: Mainland China, Japan, Korea, Himalayas and Indonesia.The color blue, it’s a color many homeowners want to have in their landscape.