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It's also not unusual to see small front gardens dominated by a hydrangea that has been left to its own devices.
Some gardeners prize the new, flashier forms of Hydrangea paniculata, where breeders have concentrated their attention on trying to produce pink cultivars.
Hydrangeas deserve their place in our |GARDENS but if pompoms of pink and blue are not for you, try exquisite white varieties
Kathryn says she's considering scheduling her next hydrangea party a bit earlier in the blooming season so that guests can see a mix of blooms and buds instead of everything at its peak.
Apparently, the name hydrangea comes from "hydro" (water) and "angeion" (vessel) because the shape of the hydrangea reminds us of an old water carrier or vessel.
French authorities believe the crimewave has spread from Germany where stealing hydrangea flowers is particularly common in Bavaria.
Please send cheques and postal orders, made payable to Mr Fothergill's, to Sunday People Hydrangea Offer, Mr Fothergill's, Rookery Farm, Holbeach St Johns, Spalding, PE12 8SG and clearly state your name and address.
Hydrangea Limelight is a new variety, and a real show-stopper.
Mr Dent, Dudley AIDEALLY the best time to prune the large macrophylla hydrangeas, be it the lace cap or hortensia type, is spring, when the stems should be cut back to ground level.
Hydrangea has been common as a garden plant for many years but its popularity as a cut flower is increasing.
Hydrangea blooms are of course influenced by soil type and those of you blessed with an acid soil will mostly enjoy shades of blue (which according to folklore is the luckier colour) while others with an alkaline soil will be admiring glorious pictures of pink.
A great red Hydrangea that will bloom reliably in the north.