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To want a flower garden is human. To have a hydrangea garden is divine. Colors range from indigo blues to candy cotton pink. The most appealing trait of the hydrangea is its ability to change colors based on the type of soil it lives in. Alkaline soils will change the flowers to a more pinkish color. If you’re feeling blue, plant in soil that leans towards the acidic side.
The beauty of these plants is that beginners can dive right in and have showy blooms that will upscale the neighborhood. Basically, you are looking for colors, flower shapes, growing zones, and ease of care.
The rock star of the hydrangea world. Horticulture guru, Michael Dirr, calls it, “One of the most important plant introductions of the last 50 years.”
A list of attributes:
● 6 months of flowers ● Can grow bountifully up to Zone 4 ● Virtually frost proof ● 8-10 blooms ● Perfect cut flower
This Hydrangea will spruce up any garden design with its deep indigo colors.
● Blooms from early summer into fall ● 6 inch snowball-shaped blossoms ● Landscape adaptable
This tall drink of water (10’ high and 6’ wide) is also the most cold hardy (Zones 3-8) of all hydrangeas. The monster blooms go from white in spring to lime green in the summer, to, finally, deep pink in the fall.
● Lowest maintenance of any hydrangea ● 8 inch blooms ● Foliage turns red in the fall ● Perfect hedge potential
This gorgeous hydrangea was voted ‘Top Plant of 2010’ by the American Nursery and Landscape Association. The flowers are the showstoppers here, transforming from a cotton-candy hue to deep maroons by late fall.
● 6-8 inch blooms ● Excellent privacy hedge ● Flowers from mid-summer well into autumn
And cut flower fanatics will love the floral arrangements with its unique multicolor looks...no matter which variety you choose!