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Easy to grow, hardy and resistant to most pests and diseases, with so many varieties to choose from, Hydrangeas are a must-have in every garden. You can also grow them in containers. Their flowers make stunning floral arrangements, used both fresh and dried. If you’d like to have these pretty ladies in your garden all you need to do is to follow our easy tips on how to plant them, grow them and take proper care for them. #Hydrangeas

Hydrangea - TOP 10 Tips on How to Plant, Grow & Care

Hello summer. I adore you and all your flowers.  The asters, the dahlias, the daisies, the lilies, the laurels and even those finicky hydrangea.  Each one makes my summer sweeter. Especially after I discovered...

Simple Tip to Make Your Hydrangea Bloom

Have hydrangea that won't bloom? Here's a simple tip to help encourage them. Now I need to bug someone who drinks coffee.

How to change your soil pH - to choose the right plants to change the flower color of hydrangeas!

The Essential Guide to Growing Hydrangeas

"Here is a guide to all things hydrangea: a description of the different types, how to change their color, drying projects, and more!

Japanese climbing hydrangea

A gardening friend suggested I write a post about variegated plants.because I don't like variegated plants

The flowers on ‘Quick Fire’ Hydrangea make a speedy transition from creamy white to brilliant rose-pink.

The flowers on ‘Quick Fire’ Hydrangea make a speedy transition from creamy white to brilliant rose-pink.

Moonlight Japanese Climbing Hydrangea (Schizophragma), 9-inch, pie-shaped, creamy white flower clusters adorn this shade loving, clinging vine.

Moonlight Japanese Climbing Hydrangea (Schizophragma), pie-shaped, creamy white flower clusters adorn this shade loving, clinging vine.

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