Hydrangea – Quick Reference Guide


Based on the positive feedback I received from some of my fellow ground redeemers, instead of burying the Quick Reference Guide to Common Landscape Hydrangeas at the end of the post where some folks might miss it…I’m giving it a post all to itself.

So if you did miss it and want to download and print it off… click here. I hope you find it helpful when you choosing which hydrangeas to put in your yard…or how to care for a specific hydrangea.   By the way, if you have any suggestions on how it could be formatted differently or thoughts on what other information you’d find valuable, please let me know.  I’d be glad to make whatever changes or additions.

Take care,

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  1. Lynne on June 22, 2023 at 5:51 pm

    My Oakleaf Hydrangea rarely bloomed in partial sun. When a large tree was lost (storm) it grew & heavily blossoms in full sunlight (zone 9 B). It is now over 8-ft tall & a glorious display every May. Fades out (no pink) after bloom season ends. Love it!

    • Doug Scott on June 22, 2023 at 6:02 pm

      Thanks for sharing, Lynne! Ours is not in full sun, but it gets a good bit and we get a good number blooms … and is about 8′ tall too! We love it! Thanks again for chiming in! Take care, D.

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