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We've lived on this property (my first ever house that wasn't a rental) for almost nine years and in those nine years, I've added perennials to existing garden beds, created 4 new garden beds, and if I could, I'd add even more! There are roses, catmint, poppies, sedum, hosta, boxwood, bee balm, phlox, day lilies, butterfly bush, peonies and two versions of one of my favorites: hydrangeas. Oh, those hydrangeas! Dependable, large, lush. Such beauties they are! ...more
The front walk that we started last fall. It was too late to plant anything by the time we had the stones laid, and once we finally thawed from the arctic freeze, I was ready to plant! It was so exciting to know I was going to start all of my landscaping around such a pretty plant!...more
Since I have a long way to go with my gardening and landscaping plans I decided to plant my hydrangea in a container for now until I find it a permanent home in my garden. Container gardening is great because it allows you to move your plants around the yard or porch as much as you need to so they get the right amount of light and water. ...more
Hydrangeas are my absolute favorite of all flowers. Period. They have no competition. I love them most of all because all flowering things in the purple to blue to pink range are fantastic. I also love them because of their giant flower heads, because I'm fascinated by being able to change the color of the blooms by adding acid to the soil, and because I just plain love classic flowers....more
It's time to get busy out there... and wipe away all those memories of the "white winter" and add some Endless Summer® to our yards! So here's my question to you. Did that horrendous winter we had, when we thought the snow would never stop falling, and the temperatures would never rise about freezing, make you want to get outside and get your hands in the dirt to create some beauty for your own yard? ...more
Then we built a home here, in the country, on a dirt road in the middle of no where. Where we have plenty of land, a tractor named Bubba, and... lots of dirt. And so with visions of beautiful flowering blooms in my head, we started digging and built my very first garden....more
I can’t think of any other shrub or flower that elicits the emotional reaction that hydrangea does. Hydrangeas are gorgeous, uncomplaining workhorses returning to the garden year after year. It seems everyone from the novice to the experienced gardener grows a hydrangea or two in their garden. ...more
This year we had a particularly harsh winter here in NC. I didn't know that I was suppose to clip my bushes back to 12-15 inches and cover them with mulch. So all of the new buds that were forming died. Luckily the plants are still healthy and starting to leaf out, but I don't know if I will get blossoms on my older plants this year. ...more
It almost seems silly to write a post about how to plant and grow these pretties, because they are so easy to grow, there's really not much to it... another reason why I love them! However I do have a few tips for you. The first one is, that picking a location is really important. I've found that my Hydrangeas love morning sun, but the afternoon sun is just too much for them. ...more