Hydrangea is a genus of 70–75 species of flowering plants native to southern
and eastern Asia and the Americas. By far the greatest species diversity is in ...
Enthusiast shares photographs and information about classification, culture,
propagation, and pruning.
Tips to plant hydrangeas, prune hydrangeas, change hydrangea color, and more.
Learn how to plant hydrangeas the right way for beautiful results. Planting and
care tips including trimming, watering, and hydrangea fertilizer tips here.
The recent explosion in Hydrangea breeding has brought so many exciting new
flower forms to this easy-to-grow shrub! Once considered quite choice, lacecap ...
Planting your Hydrangea in early spring or in the fall is ideal. When you are
planting a Hydrangea, remember that the blooms and stems must be protected
Hydrangeas are extremely vigorous, long–lived shrubs that offer varied and
extravagant blooms throughout summer and into fall, when many shrubs have ...
Pruning practice depends on whether the hydrangea blooms on the current or
previous season's wood. ( H. paniculata is the only species that benefits from
But there are also delicate lacecaps that have flat heads dotted with color and
ringed with four-petaled florets, and panicle hydrangeas with white cone-shaped
Hydrangeas, which come in types that can flourish in sun or shade, offer huge
bouquets of clustered flowers, in various arrangements from mophead to lacecap