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Classic Blooms and Endless Color

A mainstay of foundation gardens for generations, Hydrangea has recently expanded its look to include so many new flowering possibilities! A long-time favorite in the South, hydrangeas are now available in many exciting cultivars more than capable of handling colder climates. Few blooms provide more showy appeal than Hydrangeas: long-blooming, with showers of magnificent clusters of colorful flowers, and still just as easy to grow. All it asks for is plenty of moisture and a sunny to partly shaded spot where it can spread out and make itself comfortable, just like we all enjoy doing in summertime!