Annabelle hydrangeas are difficult to place in a landscape. The flower heads are large, and the stems weak. They can provide great structure on a sloped site. Their large leaves, and extraordinary flower heads can structure a landscape space beautifully, given a proper placement.
a refreshing alternative to regular informal planting scheme, densely planted clipped Box in conjunction with specimen Bay Laurel Standards provides plenty of scope to produce a more formal and understated look.