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Hydrangea

a genus in the plant family Saxifragaceae; poisoning caused by an unidentified toxin characterized by transient diarrhea in animals eating the plants. Includes horticultural, wild hydrangeas. H. arborescens, H. hortensis, H. macrophylla, H. quercifolia.
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The bride carried a hand-tied, French clutch of Creme de la Creme roses, white hydrangea, and Vendela roses.
Growing unique hydrangea species could create niche market for gardeners.
One consequence of this volcanic activity is best seen in spring, blue hydrangeas lining the roads, a sight for the sore eyes of all of us struggling to keep our hydrangeas blue.
The Mini Penny Hydrangea is available at fine garden centers and participating The Home Depot stores.
However, the exciting flower displays this year are from a new race of Endless Summer Hydrangea, with blooms of white, blue or pink produced from lower buds produced both the previous year and in the current season.
Last year, my hydrangea had many small clusters of blooms.
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Lace-cap hydrangeas are so called due to the fact that only the outer sepals (petals) on any flower head actually open and provide any colour.
Q I WOULD like to know whether now is a good time to prune back an overgrown hydrangea, or should he wait until spring.
With immaculately striped lawns and huge hydrangea hedges, the church grounds have twice won first place in the Cardiff in Bloom contest.
At the end of last week's column, I asked for advice on how to grow hydrangeas.
Van Gelderen's Encyclopedia Of Hydrangeas (0881926221, $49.