ANR-1212 ALABAMA A&M AND AUBURN UNIVERSITIES www.aces.edu Diseases of Hydrangea T he genus Hydrangea is composed of several native- and introduced-deciduous shrubs well known for their spectacular floral display and lustrous green foliage.
Hydrangea: A Southern Tradition By Michele Browne Cobb County Extension Service Program Assistant There are certain plants that just have a natural association with gardening in the South: magnolias, azaleas, camellias, and, of course, hydrangea.
Botanic & Common Name Form HxW Description Hydrangea paniculata ' Grandiflora' PeeGee Hydrangea Upright vase 10'x10' Dark green foliage with immense white persistent panicles (flowers) that fade to purplish-pink.
Hydrangeas provide outstanding garden interest with large, colorful fl owers during July and August. Many varieties hold their maturing blossoms even into the fall.
Hydrangea HYDRANGEA (macrophylla) Welcome to the world of hydrangeas! For over 30 years, we at hana bay have been developing and ever improving this old fashioned favorite into the almost perfect flowering potted plant that it is today.
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Info#58 HYDRANGEA SPECIES & VARIETIES Farmington Gardens 21815 SW Farmington Rd, Beaverton 503.649.4568 www.farmingtongardens.com Hydrangea is a large genus with over 80 species of deciduous and evergreen shrubs and climbers, though it is generally the deciduous shrubs that are common ...
Hydrangea aspera and quercifolia (Oakleaf) Prune young plants to create many stems at ground level. Older plants; remove old or spent flowers. Pruning Hydrangeas Each Hydrangea species responds differently to pruning.
Hydrangea anomala climbs, as mentioned previously, by means of secondary rootlets which penetrate the substrate, causing damage ap-parently no greater than that of other woody climbers.
If you would like to try a more carefree hydrangea, I encourage you to look at the Hydrangea quercifolia, or Oakleaf Hydrangea. It is native to this region and is a beautiful shrub all seasons of the year.