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What Do Summer Crush Hydrangeas Eat?

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 …

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How To Grow Summer Crush Hydrangea In Pots

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.

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Runaway Bride Hydrangea Care Guide

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 …

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Pinky Winky Hydrangea Care Guide

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 …

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Annabelle Hydrangea Care

Annabelle is the kind of hydrangea that has long been a must-have in every yard. And really, what is a better way to decorate the outside of your home than with large white flower heads? Fortunately, Annabelle belongs to the species Hydrangea arborescens (Smooth hydrangea), which is native to the USA. This makes Annabelle low-maintenance, …

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15 Blue Hydrangea Varieties To Choose From

The blue color of flowers among shrubs is not such a common occurrence. When it comes to large and lush ball-shaped clusters of flowers, there is nothing to choose from except hydrangeas. Blue Hydrangeas are in considerable demand, which can even be compared to the demand for white Hydrangeas. Indeed, what could be more unusual …

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Bobo Hydrangea vs Little Lime: What Is The Difference Between Them?

Today’s two competitors belong to the species Hydrangea paniculata and inherit very lush white clusters of flowers and bright green foliage. But even between them, there is some difference. Bobo is the result of a cross between Limelight and Little Lime. Looking ahead I can say that Bobo is a slightly improved version of its parents.

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Quick Fire Hydrangea vs Pinky Winky: Early Or Late Blooming?

There are many amazing plants in a market, but hydrangeas stand alone because of their great blooming and lush shape. Today we take a close look at two great hydrangeas – Quick Fire and Pinky Winky. Both of them are panicle hydrangeas (Hydrangea paniculata), and in some aspects, they similar.

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What Is The Difference Between A Hydrangea Tree And A Hydrangea Bush?

A blooming tree is a wonderful decoration for the garden. However, if the flowers are clustered in large inflorescences, it looks just fantastic. Not many trees can give such an effect, so tree hydrangeas have become very desirable these days. But do hydrangea trees really exist? Why do sellers often add ‘tree’ to many varieties …

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Hydrangeas In Clay Soil (How To Plant And Grow)

Clay soil is perhaps the most common type of soil, and many gardeners sometimes have difficulty growing in it. However, this does not apply to hydrangeas because they can tolerate heavy moisture-retaining soils. Yes, these will not be the best conditions for these plants, but they will grow there.

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