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CYAN Horticulture
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Hydrangea petiolaris.jpg
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Hydrangea petiolaris at the UBC Botanical Garden photo credit: Dave Demers, principal at CYAN Horticulture
climbing hydrangea for dead tree trunks
This climbing hydrangea could be spectacular climbing the willow by the fish pond!
climing hydrangea for trees. hydrangea petiolaris
climbing hydrangea on dead tree, perfect for drive entry instead
hydrangea peteolaris (climbing hydrangea) WOW
Climbing hydrangea on tree trunks, or leave 6 ft of a cut down dead tree and let it climb on it.
Want to add some climbing hydrangea to our yard
hydrangea on half dead tree out back
When blessed with mature trees, we can take advantage of the trunks to support a few choice vining plants, like this very hardy climbing hydrangea (Hydrangea petiolaris). Ivy should not be considered — it is invasive and too vigorous.Also, if there are any dead trees that must be cut down, it is a good
“Climbing Hydrangea” — trophy600
Andrew Keys
'Little Honey' oakleaf hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia 'Little Honey')
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'Little Honey' oakleaf hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia 'Little Honey')
'Little Honey' oakleaf hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia 'Little Honey'). Photo: Andrew Keys
little honey oak leaf hydrangea 4X4 part shade to sun
Little Honey Oakleaf Hydrangea for shade. 4x4 feet
I love hydrangeas. Considering this one for my backyard.
Little Honey oak leaf hydrangea, likes dry shade. Z 5-9. More sun
Honey' oakleaf hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia 'Little Honey') for flowers in the shade.
Shade - Little Honey oakleaf hydrangea (Hydrangea guercifolio)
Little Honey Oakleaf Hydrangea - shade garden
Little Honey oakleaf hydrangea - 4' x 4' grows best in part shade. More sun, more gold
'Little Honey' oakleaf hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia
“plants for foundation garden” — Sandy White
Alison Hodgson
Garden Tours
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Backyard privacy screen yews and hydrangea
Hydrangeas - consistent height for uniformity
border of Annabelle hydrangea with hedge of yew behind
the hydrangea name. I want to combine this with European Snow ball schrub
From My Local Garden TourThis border of Annabelle hydrangea with a towering hedge of yew stopped me in my tracks. The yew not only provides complete privacy from the newer housing development behind it, but it also beautifully highlights the hydrangea. The look is so simple and yet so stunning. I realized
“Hedge of yew” — wickie1949
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Michelle
Frenchflair
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from Virginia, because the picture of the shed with the hydrangeas are on my property, and I don't cut them down to about 5 inches from the floor. They would not be as big as they are if I was cutting them that low. As for your lace caps hydrangeas. I have many of them in my garden, and I learned,by experience
For Shkelzen, I'm assuming your name is Albanian, and as such the word for Hydrangea is "Lulebor".
I love the hydrangeas, and I also love the cedar trees planted by the door.
Hydrangeas stand out even more when planted against the side of a cute cottage.
“Petit boise” — mouski
Katia Goffin Gardens
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North Arlington Residence
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Sinuous Driveway - Acts as the backbone of the garden. Both the lower and upper garden are bordered by Annabelle Hydrangeas and Zelkovas planted along the asphalt driveway making the driveway recede and emphasizing a garden feel to an otherwise functional space. Photo credit: ROGER FOLEY
How far back do you cut the hydrangeas each year?
would not describe how hydrangeas look in winter as a 'downfall' - it is all in the beholder's point of view.
It is called -Annabelle Hydrangea - Thank you!
It is called -Annabelle Hydrangea -
Annabelle Hydrangeas and they only come in white.
Thank you Proven winners ... happy to have your input caring for hydrangeas. I still would
levels drop. White flowers, like these hydrangeas, reflect every scrap of light, making them appear brighter as other colors fade.
“Love the white flowers and green foliage.” — Debra King
Liquidscapes
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Howard Roberts
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I like the use of one plant in a mass. however, the hydrangeas will not work in full sun.
hydrangea pool border
Beautiful Hydrangeas!
Hydrangeas around pool
lots of hydrangeas around pool
Annabelle hydrangeas.
Hydrangea and hostas
Hydrangeas with Hostas
they look like limelight hydrangeas.
hydrangea hedge...Hydrangeas backyard...All the hydrangeas...hydrangea only...Hydrangea pool...Hydrangeas in mass
“Hydrangea poolside” — casb1
Katia Goffin Gardens
6 Reviews
North Arlington Residence
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pool for the upper garden. The ha-ha wall backed by Annabelle Hydrangeas conceals the driveway from sight and extends the view to the lower garden as one looks out from the house through the Zelkovas.They are planted between the hydrangeas and act as a first buffer to the busy street set behind the
are the white flowering plants a hydrangea plant?
What shrub can you plant between the hydrangea so the beds will look nice in the off seasons?
I've never seen white!! I have some hydrangea's, but the typical shades of pink/purple. I've been told that I can alter the color
The little low bushes between the beautiful hydrangeas and walkway provide a nice buffer. It's nice that they grow
What is the tree behind the hydrangeas?
“hydrangeas” — rpaem
Michelle
Frenchflair
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Blue, purple and light blue hydrangeas
I purchased these blue hydrangeas last year from a popular bulb co., they did not die, but they also didn't bloom. Is there a secret to 'exactly' where the location and the soil 'should' be ? Thanks, Deb
amazing hydrangeas..please tell how you grown them like that
Hi, Sorry for the delay in responding. I suspect you could cut your hydrangeas back harshly, but the first year you won't have many flowers. The other solution would be to transplant them somewhere else, where the size wouldn't be a problem. I transplanted many of mine and they are doing fine. Again
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the blue hydrangeas around the deck
Perhaps you'll dream of the 'Nikko Blue' hydrangeas that will once again return in glorious full bloom in your garden this summer.
“i like” — Hoang Anh Ly
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