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Hydrangea Hydrangea macrophylla Endless Summer BLUE= Bailmer Planted October 2012 on flower bed in front of house.

Hydrangea Hydrangea macrophylla Endless Summer BLUE= Bailmer Planted October 2012 on flower bed in front of house. - Flower Beds and Gardens

Woodland garden path. Use natural features, like dead trees as a support for climbing, shade-loving vines. For seasonal color add potted flowering plants and shrubs.

Get More in Less Space Grow vines to add an extra layer of color to your shade garden. Smaller vines, such as clematis, are often happy to scramble up the trunk of small- to medium-sized trees. Bigger vines are ideal for covering a wall

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A Gardener's Guide to Hydrangeas -  Hydrangeas come in a staggering array of shapes, sizes, and varieties. Knowing which of these flowering shrubs will do best in your backyard is the first step to success with this beautiful bloomer. Plus get tips for hydrangea care!

How to Care for and Choose Hydrangeas

Hydrangeas come in a staggering array of shapes, sizes, and varieties. Knowing which of these flowering shrubs will do best in your backyard is the first step to success with this beautiful bloomer. Plus get tips for hydrangea care!

Hydrangea (Hortensia), Bretagne, France

Hydrangeas & Coffee Grounds – Adding coffee grounds or other organic material to your hydrangea’s soil will reduce the pH level and make aluminum more available to the plant. The result will be hydrangeas that are blue in color.

Hydrangea Cityline Rio - I'll get this after the price goes down in a year or two.  :)

Hydrangea Cityline® Rio F/P Sun zones This is ridiculously beautiful AND I MUST HAVE IT! It says pink edges for alkaline soil, and those gorgeous blue-purple on acidic. I have acidic soil!

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