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Smooth hydrangea

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Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle'. Prefers shade from midday sun. It blooms on current season's wood throughout the summer, and is best pruned to 6 inches high in early spring. It is native to the southeast U.S.

Exceptional and enormous creamy flowerheads up to one foot across form billowy, flattened spheres that withstand the rain well.

Why Aren't My Hydrangeas Blooming? | Having trouble with your hydrangeas not blooming? Find out how to fix the problems so that you can grow these beautiful perennial flowers in your shade garden. #fromhousetohome #hydrangeas #gardening #plants

Having trouble with your hydrangeas not blooming? Find out how to fix the problems so that you can grow these beautiful flowers in your garden.

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Learn how to correctly prune hydrangeas and how to take care of this beautiful spring flower, so it grows all season long.  #gardening #gardenideas #garden #flowergarden #growingflowers

Learn how to correctly prune hydrangeas and how to take care of this beautiful spring flower, so it grows all season long. #gardening #gardenideas #garden #flowergarden #growingflowers

Schumacher Hydrangea Drape 27' L x 27" W Smooth Wallpaper Roll | Perigold

Since 1889 we've been setting the bar with our exceptional products. A passion for beauty, respect for classicism, and an eye for the cutting edge are woven into everything we do. Color: Green Schumacher Hydrangea Drape 27' L x 27" W Smooth Wallpaper Roll - Wallpaper in Green | Size 27.0 W in | Perigold

How to Prune Hydrangeas Blog | Naturehills.com

Get to know all the details of how to properly prune Hydrangeas when you read up on our Nature Hills blog today! Take our knowledge & apply it to your garden

Episode 71: Better Versions of Old Favorites - FineGardening

Why would you ever want the shinier version of a beloved plant? In this episode, Steve and Danielle talk about all the reasons, including better disease resistance, better habits, or […]