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 …
Planting is not a complicated activity, but after a while, you can notice the mistakes you might have made. Today I will tell you how to make changes in the garden correctly.
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.
Dwarf conifers are very prone to various problems. Today I’m going to talk about one of those troubles.
Winter is a real challenge for plants because conditions during this time are very harsh. Today we will look at what to do to make the plant survive the winter better.
Plants are living beings that have learned to extract everything they need from their environment. But if you want to achieve great results you can help your plant a little.
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.