lazygardener
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Hydrangea with a Weeping Look. Good choice?

At a garden center today I saw a hydrangea tree. It looked like a real tree, with a weeping/drooping look. I was told the flowers are green in spring, white in summer and slightly pink in the fall and blooms until the frost. I would like a weeping type tree for the front of my house but it has a northern exposure and I've been told most trees of that type are not suitable. Has anyone seen this type of hydrangea? It has a regular trunk but my neighbor said it might be grafted. Would this be a good choice for my area? I live in New Jersey (southern part).

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I found the answer to my question. Thanks anyway.

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So what was your answer?

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