How Long Do Hydrangeas Bloom

Hydrangea Blooming Time

There are a lot of great flowering plants to add to your garden, including many staples, such as roses, zinnias, and hydrangeas. However, depending on where you live and a

3 Reasons Why Your Hydrangea Turns Green

Hydrangeas Turning Green

Chances are, you saw the name of this article and thought, “Don’t you want your Hydrangeas to be nice and green?” But we’re not talking about growing green Hydrangea foliage.

What Soil Is Best For Hydrangeas?

Best Soil for Hydrangeas

Hydrangeas like rich, loamy, well-draining soil that is generously amended with organic matter, such as coffee grounds, natural compost, shredded leaves, etc. The soil mix should have the ability to

How To Revive A Dying Hydrangea Plant

dead hydrangea flower

Hydrangeas originally hail from Japan, and there are more than twenty different sorts. We usually only see five of these in North America. Macrophylla is the most common Hydrangea, a

Why Are My Hydrangea Leaves Turning Yellow?

hydrangea leaves turning yellow

There are many different types of hydrangeas, and some are naturally pale-leafed, but there are no hydrangeas with naturally yellow leaves. Yellowing leaves (Chlorosis) in hydrangeas is a symptom of

Tips On Making Hydrangeas Bloom

Blooms on Hydrangea plant

When they are blooming Hydrangea plants are beautiful, but what steps can you do to help your Hydrangea bloom? Click this article for tips and details for flowering Hydrangeas.

When Do You Fertilize Hydrangea Plants?

Fertilizing Hydrangea - when should you fertilize?

Hydrangeas are a popular flowering shrub found throughout North America. They’re characterized by large, green leaves and showy, colorful flowers. While the Hydrangea genus contains 23 species, the most common

How To Grow And Care For Hydrangea In Pots

Beautiful Hydrangea flowers growing in a clay pot

Hydrangea is a deciduous woody-stemmed, star-shaped, flowering plant. Several Hydrangea species are native to Asia and the Americas. It is a genus of over 200 species belonging to the Hydrangeaceae

Little Quick Fire Hydrangea Care Tips

Little Quick Fire Hydrangea

Little quick fire hydrangea, is a selection of Hydrangea paniculata (hy-DRAIN-juh, pan-ick-yoo-LAY-tuh), is a deciduous shrub and belongs to the Hydrangeaceae family.   This is the dwarf form of the

How To Grow And Care For Slender Deutzia Gracilis

Blooming Slender Deutzia Gracilis

The deutzia gracilis [Dee-yute-zia, Gra-si-lis] is named after the man who discovered it, Deutzia Scholtanius and is a member of the hydrangea plant family (hydrangeaceae).  Gracilis means “graceful” and refers

Hydrangea Fertilizer: Feeding Hydrangea Plants

Colorful Hydrangeas need the right fertilizer

Known for their lush foliage, long blooming period, and beautiful supersized and colorful flowers, hydrangea plants are one of the most popular garden plants. They’re a genus of flowering plants

Hydrangea Arborescens: Growing and Care Of Smooth Hydrangeas

The smooth Hydrangea

Hydrangea arborescens (hy-DRAIN-juh ar-bo-RES-senz ) smooth hydrangeas are deciduous native plants to the eastern United States and a member of the hydrangea family Hydrangeaceae (hy-drain-jee-AY-see-ee). Wild hydrangeas’ natural environment is along stream

Oakleaf Hydrangea: Growing and Care Of Hydrangea quercifolia

Hydrangea oakleaf flowers

Hydrangea quercifolia (hy-DRAN-jee-uh kwer-se-FOH-lee-uh) is a deciduous shrub in the family Hydrangeaceae (hy-drain-jee-AY-see-eye). Quercifolia is the only hydrangea native to the United States. Oakleaf Hydrangea (its common name) grows naturally

How To Make Hydrangeas Turn Blue

turning Hydrangeas blue

The blue color, it’s a color many homeowners want to have in their landscape. One plant we see in the garden to bring on the color blue comes from the