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Massive Blooming Hydrangeas Keep Your Landscape Colorful for Up to Six Months!

Have you longed to see giant bursts of color pop into your landscape each spring? If so, the Hydrangea might just be what you have been dreaming of. Our wide selection of Hydrangea plants are fast growing and display good disease and pest resistance. In addition, they are very easy to grow and tolerate drought very well.

Beautiful Hydrangeas are perfect for any landscape!

Whether potted or grown right in the ground, the Hydrangea looks absolutely breathtaking. One notably mesmerizing quality that this plant has is its ability to change color based on the soil that it is planted in. While other plants may display washed out or faded blooms, discolored foliage or other issues when planted in varying soils, the Hydrangea adapts. However, this adaptation may change the bloom color from pink to blue or vice versa. It's really quite amazing!

Try the Endless Summer Hydrangea for a full 6 months of brightly colored blooms. Of course, if you really want a show, try the Incrediball Hydrangea or Invincibelle Spirit Hydrangea for monster blooms that will make all of your neighbors green with envy!

Hydrangeas have even been used for medical purposes!

Long ago, Native Americans realized that the root and bark of the Hydrangea had medicinal benefits. They used it to detoxify the system, ease burns and treat sprains. Today, several naturopaths use the plant to create tonics that aid in the treatment of kidney stones and other bladder issues. In Japan, the Hydrangea is also used to make an herbal tea.

A brief history of the Hydrangea

The Hydrangea is native to South and East Asia, as well as North America and South America. This plant was introduced to England during the early 18th century and became extremely popular in countries throughout Europe. In fact, several of the popular hybrid Hydrangeas available today were created in France.

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