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In bloom. Hydrangea - from Jenni @thirteen11

In bloom. Hydrangea - from Jenni

If you struggle to get your hydrangeas to bloom, follow these tips for beautiful blossoms.  --Photo Credit: Donna French

Hydrangea Care & Advice

Hydrangeas are a gorgeous and popular flower. If you’re considering adding one of these pretty plants to your yard or garden, find out how to care for and choose the correct hydrangea. There are many different varieties, but there are two major categories: mopheads and lacecaps. Learn about planting and growing these beautiful blooms in a wide array of colors.

How to Care for and Choose Hydrangeas

These flowering shrubs are extremely diversified -- varying in colors, sizes, shapes, and more. Here are our six favorite hydrangea varieties in the BHG Test Garden.

Hydrangeas..one of my favorite flowers...they are hard to grow in Nebraska...unless you are my next door neighbor...Borrowed a few from him last year...shhhhhh

one of my favorite flowers.in assorted colors of blues, pinks, whites and lavender

growing and pruning hydrangeas   great information

Grow dazzling hydrangeas such as endless summer, limelight, and oakleaf using the specific pruning and growing techniques shared in this tutorial.

The ever-popular 'Glam Rock' hydrangea is perfect for small gardens.

Hydrangea macrophylla GLAM ROCK 'Horwack'Hydrangea macrophylla SCHLOSS WACKERBARTH 'Horwack'

This variety is one of the most eye catching hydrangeas available. The rounded flower heads are formed by dozens of red florets with blue centres, each petal tipped with an extraordinary shade of lime green.

Little Lime® - Hardy Hydrangea - Hydrangea paniculata

Little Lime® - Panicle Hydrangea - Hydrangea paniculata

Little Lime® - Hardy Hydrangea - Hydrangea paniculata - much easier to grow than endless summer hydrangeas. Matures at ft tall; sports showy, white blooms that turn pink in the fall; and tolerates heat, sun, and drought