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TOP 10 Tips on How to Plant, Grow and Care for Hydrangeas

Easy to grow, hardy and resistant to most pests and diseases, with so many varieties to choose from, Hydrangeas are a must-have in every garden. You can also grow them in containers. Their flowers make stunning floral arrangements, used both fresh and dried. If you’d like to have these pretty ladies in your garden all you need to do is to follow our easy tips on how to plant them, grow them and take proper care for them. #Hydrangeas

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from Better Homes and Gardens

How to Care for and Choose Hydrangeas

Learn how to care for and choose Hydrangeas: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/trees-shrubs-vines/shrubs/hydrangea-guide/?socsrc=bhgpin040714guidetohydrangeas

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from Empress of Dirt

What Type of Hydrangea is This? A Handy Care Guide

Hydrangeas are one of the most beloved plants in our gardens and for good reason—they are gorgeous. Many gardeners have questions about pruning, colour changes (pink or blue), basic care, transplanting, and how to get stubborn ones to bloom. This simple guide describes the 6 basic types of hydrangeas, so you can know which ones you are growing and how to best care for them.

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from Garden Therapy

The Essential Guide to Growing Hydrangeas

How to change your soil pH - to choose the right plants to change the flower color of hydrangeas!

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from This Old House

All About Hydrangeas

Why you need to prune new wood hydrangea bloomers in late winter. | Illustration: Jillian Ditner | thisoldhouse.com

from Better Homes and Gardens

How to Care for and Choose Hydrangeas

'Limelight' Hydrangea is unique because its cone-shape flowers open a lovely shade of chartreuse then fade to rich pink in fall. It's a vigorous shrub that's great for informal hedges, as well as a top-notch cut flower. They grow up to 8 ft tall, can grow in full sun or shade and can tolerate dry soil. Beautiful!

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Planting Hydrangeas, Pruning Hydrangeas, Hydrangea Care. All kinds of great tips! The further south you live, the less tolerant the plants are to the intense sun. Allow for 2-3 hours of morning sun with afternoon dappled or part shade. - See more at: http://www.endlesssummerblooms.com/design-and-grow/planting-and-care#sthash.1r3sSCHq.dpuf

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