Summer Crush Hydrangeas are a bigleaf/mophead type of hydrangea that doesn’t grow very tall but produces huge beautiful flowers. Summer Crush Hydrangeas benefit from fertilizer, as do most hydrangeas, but the type of fertilizer you should use does vary based on what you need. I looked into the ideal fertilizer for Summer Crush Hydrangeas and …
Summer Crush Hydrangeas produce beautiful bright green flower buds that bloom into the red to purple depending on the acidity of the soil. They don’t grow as large as some other varieties of hydrangeas and for this reason, they can be grown well in containers. Today, I will explain how best to do this.
Early Blue Hydrangeas produce some of the most gorgeous blue to violet flowers. Compared to other hydrangeas they are quite small and compact. It’s categorized as a lace cap hydrangeas. This is because they produce rounded flowers rather than cone-shaped flowers.
Varieties of plants are in most cases more delicate than those that grow in the wild. And today’s plant is no exception.
Summer Crush has very beautiful flowers and their absence often leads to disappointment for owners of this hydrangea. This is what we will talk about today.
Summer Crush is a wonderful hydrangea, but sometimes it can have some troubles, which we will talk about today.
Each plant has its own cultivation techniques, sticking to which you can count on their vigorous growth.
Runaway Bride hydrangeas produce white flowers in a pattern that looks somewhat like a wedding dress blowing in the wind, hence the name. It’s a very beautiful variety of lace-cap hydrangeas. There are some tips that apply to all lace-cap hydrangeas. But, there are some unique requirements for Runaway Bride hydrangeas. So, below I will …
Many people wonder what conditions Summer Crush Hydrangea can tolerate. In this article, I will tell you how it feels about the sun. You will also find out exactly how much sun it needs.
Mathilda Gutges is a compact type of hydrangea that produces different colored flowers depending on the pH of the soil. They’re slightly different from other popular hydrangeas because they flower on old wood, and are relatively small in size.
The base color for the Summer Crush Hydrangea is red. Most of the time you will see it in red, but sometimes it can change depending on several factors.
Summer Crush is quite a frost hardy, but in zones 4-6 it can be damaged by frost. This is because it blooms on old and new wood, the flower buds on old wood can easily be damaged by a hard frost.
Quick Fire hydrangeas are a type of panicle hydrangea. They have unique characteristics to other families of hydrangeas. Pruning and sunlight requirements are different compared to other hydrangeas but some aspects are quite similar.
Pinky Winky hydrangeas produce beautifully large flowers in clusters known as panicles. For this reason, they are part of the family of panicle hydrangeas. Their flowers start off white and fade to pink. They also love full sun which makes them very versatile and they have thick sturdy stems that make their flowers grow straight …
Bobo hydrangea is an excellent plant that grows 3 feet tall and 4 feet wide. The value of this variety lies in the large white panicle inflorescences that turn pink in mid-season. It is also hardy and can be grown in USDA hardiness zones 3 through 8.
Endless Summer Hydrangea Original is probably one of the most famous hydrangeas in the world. That is why we will compare it to other similar varieties.
Climbing hydrangeas are some of the most interesting plants. Today I will tell you about 7 popular varieties of this type of growth.
Hydrangeas, like many other plants, have their own peculiarities and to grow them successfully you need to know some of those peculiarities. This article is intended to answer one of the most common problems of growing hydrangeas.
How beautiful hydrangeas are! I wish there were more of this beauty around and that there were no problems with them. Unfortunately, problems with hydrangeas occur regularly and today we will discuss probably the most common one.