Hydrangea


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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 other noteworthy hydrangea is called Praecox, and its another variety of the species that gives us the more commonly planted PeeGee hydrangea.
Aidan O'Brien, trainer of Hydrangea and Rhododendron Hydrangea had run well in Group 1s before winning the Matron Stakes last time.
WHEN it comes to summer colour, not much can beat the sight of a mass planting of mophead hydrangeas.
MOPHEAD HYDRANGEA (Hydrangea macrophylla) This is the old-fashioned, tried-and-true variety with blue or pink flowers.
But many gardeners in the UK have been disappointed after planting a beautiful blue hydrangea that then starts to produce pink flowers the following year.
Those in the know grow a superb white mophead called Hydrangea macrophylla 'Soeur Therese'.
It is amazing how many hydrangea blooms they can pack in a box
French authorities believe the crimewave has spread from Germany where stealing hydrangea flowers is particularly common in Bavaria.
This native species to the American southeast is almost exclusively represented in our northern gardens by the variety 'Annabelle', which has become the most commonly planted hydrangea across the Prairies.
Martin's hydrangea was just as she described it, if not more so.
If you plant a blue flowering hydrangea on alkaline soil, the flowers will eventually turn pink.