Camellias are one of the most spectacular flowering shrubs. To get an abundance of blooms you need to eliminate any negative influences on it.
These days the number of ornamental plants is enormous, but camellias occupy a special place because of their amazing flowers. Today we will compare two remarkable species of camellia.
Camellias are those plants that always catch the eye. First of all it is because of their wonderful flowers. Today we are going to talk about a problem that sometimes happens to this remarkable plant.
Camellias are very bright inhabitants of my garden. They are unpretentious and a pure pleasure to watch. Sometimes, however, they can be a bit troublesome and I will tell you about one such trouble in this article.
Dwarf hydrangeas are those that reach 3-4 feet in height and width. They can easily be placed in a small garden or even in a pot. In this article, you will learn about the top 20 dwarf hydrangeas.
Shrubs with large, showy inflorescences look marvelous during blooming. The number of colors the hydrangea has to offer will satisfy even the most discerning gardener. In this article, you will find as much information as possible about this wonderful plant.
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 unique requirements for Runaway Bride hydrangeas. So, below I will describe exactly how to care for them. Runaway Bride Hydrangea care …
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.
Red hydrangeas truly stand out, gaining popularity each year. Today, let’s dive into the top 15 red hydrangeas.
Quick Fire hydrangeas stand out within the panicle hydrangea family, thanks to their distinct features. Unlike other hydrangeas, they need specific pruning and sunlight conditions, although they do share some similarities with their hydrangea relatives.
Pinky Winky hydrangeas are known for their stunningly large blooms that gather in clusters called panicles, making them a standout member of the panicle hydrangea family. These flowers begin their display in a crisp white before gradually turning to a lovely shade of pink. These hydrangeas thrive in full sunlight, making them incredibly adaptable to …
The Bobo hydrangea is a fantastic choice, reaching up to 3 feet in height and spreading 4 feet wide. Its standout feature is the big, white panicle flowers that shift to a lovely pink as the season progresses. Plus, it’s a robust plant, suitable for USDA hardiness zones 3 to 8, making it a versatile …
The Endless Summer Hydrangea Original is likely among the most renowned hydrangeas globally. That’s why we’re going to see how it stacks up against other similar types.
Climbing hydrangeas are truly fascinating plants. Today, I’m excited to share with you seven popular varieties of this unique climber.
Hydrangeas, just like many other plants, have their own unique needs. To grow them well, it’s important to understand these needs. This article will tackle one of the top issues gardeners face with hydrangeas.
Hydrangeas stand out in any garden with their big, beautiful flowers. But sometimes, they face issues, and that’s what we’re diving into today.
Today, let’s chat about a frequent issue with hydrangeas – their leaves changing color. It’s important to know that leaves can tell us a lot about a plant’s health. By understanding what different leaf appearances mean, we can figure out and fix the problem.
Hey everyone! I’ve been nurturing hydrangeas for a long time, and I’m always learning more. It’s a never-ending journey because nature always throws new challenges our way. Today, let’s chat about a big challenge you might face with hydrangeas.
I’m excited to share my hydrangea-growing experiences with you today! If you’ve ever noticed your hydrangea leaves changing color, you’re not alone. This can happen for a few reasons. Let’s dive into what these reasons are and how to tackle them.
In my gardening journey, I keep coming across some pretty unique stuff. You know, plants are alive and they can change in surprising ways. Like green flowers – they can really surprise you, even if you’ve been gardening for ages.
Annabelle hydrangeas have become essential in gardens everywhere. They add a lovely touch to any outdoor space with their big white blooms.
The Summer Crush Hydrangea is set to be a favorite for a long time. It’s a mix of two Hydrangea macrophylla types. It’s part of the Endless Summer Hydrangeas collection. The Summer Crush Hydrangea, a perennial sporting large red blooms, is quite simple to maintain, thriving on just sunlight and water. However, there are additional …
Blue flowers nestled among shrubs are quite rare. For big, round clusters of blooms, hydrangeas are your go-to choice. Blue hydrangeas are really sought after, much like their white counterparts. After all, what’s more striking than large blue flower balls against green leaves?
Hi everyone! Today, I’m excited to talk about two amazing hydrangea varieties: Incrediball and Annabelle. Let’s compare them!
Today’s pair of contenders are from the Hydrangea paniculata species, both boasting abundant clusters of amazing flowers and vivid green leaves. However, there are some differences to note between these two.
When you move a plant to a new place, it might not always adjust well. Some plants hardly notice the change, while others might lose their leaves.
Pee Gee and Limelight hydrangeas, both highly favored for their beauty, often appear remarkably alike, making it challenging to tell them apart. Nevertheless, they do exhibit distinct characteristics. Today, we delve into these differences.
Today, we delve into the characteristics of two remarkable hydrangeas, Quick Fire and Pinky Winky, both belonging to the panicle hydrangea (Hydrangea paniculata) species. They share some similarities, yet exhibit distinct differences.
Blue hydrangeas are indeed a marvelous spectacle in gardens. Their rarity in the blue hue makes them a favorite among gardening enthusiasts. In this comparison, we’ll explore two exquisite varieties of blue hydrangeas: Nikko Blue and Endless Summer.
A flourishing tree makes a beautiful garden ornament, but when its flowers are bunched into large, showy clusters, the effect is truly spectacular. This standout feature isn’t common among trees, which is why tree hydrangeas have gained immense popularity.