Thursday, February 5, 2009

Hydrangea....looking towards summer




This most beautiful Hydrangea Macrophylla started as an "Easter Plant" and was moved three times and divided into three separate plants. It grows like crazy and puts out a multitude of these beautiful flowers for about six weeks in the summer. Seems like we need to remember this during these long, dark, cold days. Spring will come. It always does!

5 comments:

tina said...

Yes it will. Your hydrangea is so wonderful. One of my favorite shrubs. Thanks for sharing it.

Anna/Flowergardengirl said...

That's a lot of moving and I can relate....done the same myself. It's going to be 70 this weekend after being about 9 degrees last night.

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

Just gorgeous. Hydrangea is my favorites.I love the blue-purple of it.

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Anonymous said...

Thanks for all your comments about the hydrangea....one of my learnings is regarding the pruning of hydrangeas. All are different. We usually prune the old flowers and thin it out some. It's still gigantic.

Resources (Books and such) List

  • Community Gardening Guidebook, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, www.bbg.org
  • The End of Nature by Bill McKibben