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ummm... whats hydrangea?

whats hydrangea...not really sure what it is but from what i gatherd is it a problem plant, fungus, or something your trying to protect


sorry from the noobish question i am still kinda new to the gardening aspect i mostly work with reptiles plants are new

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see pics in next (or so) thread. Titled "mucho pics"

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Hydrangeas are actually garden favorites - they have these giant blooms in white, pink, blue or even purple, actually there's a red-ish variety called Lady In Red too.

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Grey, not sure why you need a new hydrangea site, but this one has some great info on pests and diseases starting on page 3 to page 4. I tend to use it to look up possibilities.
hydrangeashydrangeas.com/images/Hydrangea_Commercial.pdf

This might be helpful.
https://www.conweb.com/hydrangea/index.shtml
https://www.conweb.com/hydrangea/links.shtml
https://www.hydrangea.com/
https://www.hydrangeasplus.com/home.php

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pic of one of mine
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Flowerpots, how pretty!!

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Thanks I have a bout a dozen or so and they should be in full flower in the next 4 - 6 weeks, cant wait, most poergated from cuttings as well .

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Newt wrote:Grey, not sure why you need a new hydrangea site, ...
Because I refer to it on this site so much! It is a good site, but sometimes I feel like I need a few others so I'm a little more "balanced" in my responses. Thanks for the new sites!

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Grey, good point.

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