Bobo hydrangea

Enhance the beauty of your garden with stunning Bobo hydrangea varieties. Explore top ideas to add color and elegance to your outdoor space.
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Bobo hydrangea is an excellent plant that grows 3 feet tall and 4 feet wide. The value of this variety lies in the large white panicle inflorescences that turn pink in mid-season. It is also hardy and can be grown in USDA hardiness zones 3 through 8. Bobo Hydrangea

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Rosemarie Craig
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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. The Bobo Hydrangea is known for its compact size and white flowers that bloom in summer. It typically

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Jennifer Borgen
Bobo Hydrangea, Dwarf Hydrangea, Hydrangea Tree, Hydrangea Varieties, Types Of Hydrangeas, Summer Hydrangeas, Panicle Hydrangea, Hydrangea Bloom, Types Of Flowers

Thinking of growing Bobo Hydrangea in your garden this season, but aren't sure where to start? This sun-friendly hydrangea variety can grow in many different areas of your garden. In this article, gardening expert and hydrangea enthusiast Jill Drago takes you through all you need to know about Bobo Hydrangeas, including their maintenance and care.

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Gabriella Cerda
Hydrangea Shade, Bobo Hydrangea, Dwarf Hydrangea, Hydrangea Tree, Hydrangea Varieties, Panicle Hydrangea, Limelight Hydrangea, Hydrangea Paniculata, Hydrangea Garden

One of my favourites Hydrangea paniculata 'Little Lime' in with some other flowers in a late summer bouquet. Just when I finally think I have everything planted, I see that hydrangeas are 50% off at a local nursery (Terra Nursery for anyone that happens to be local). What hydrangea lover resist such a deal? So, of course, I came home with two of the newer dwarf cultivars and am contemplating a run back to the nursery to buy a third one. I absolutely adore Hydrangea paniculata and Hydrangea…

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