Purple Hydrangea Plants?

Answer If you've ever buried your nose in a heady crown of hydrangea flowers, you're likely to want your own bush of giant blooms. To grow purple hydrangeas, you'll need to select an appropriate variety, ... Read More »

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Green Hydrangea Plants?

Look for green hydrangea plants and it is doubtful you'll find them. Flowering hydrangea shrubs are widely grown in gardens throughout the US. Plant hydrangea plants in well-drained, moist soil. Hy... Read More »

Hydrangea Plants & Babies?

While United States gardeners cultivate five species of easy-to-grow hydrangeas, the most popular is Japanese native Hydrangea macrophylla, also known as bigleaf, garden, French or florist's hydran... Read More »

How do I replant hydrangea plants?

PreparationTransplant hydrangea after it is dormant in the fall and has lost all its leaves. Move it to a location that provides afternoon shade. Make sure the soil in the new location drains well.... Read More »

Are hydrangea plants poisonous to pets?

If your cat or dog nibbles a hydrangea plant, it could be in for some stomach upset. Hydrangea plants are toxic to cats, dogs and horses, according to the ASPCA's Animal Poison Control Center. Alth... Read More »