From late spring to early autumn, hydrangeas burst forth in magnificent heads packed with hundreds of blooms.
In Hydrangeas readers will discover the wide array these flowers have to offer, and why their bountiful blossoms are wildly popular in the garden and in bouquets.
While six types are commonly grown in North American gardens, many more are possible, such as Cotton Candy, Wedding Gown, Limelight, Glam Rock, and Nikko Blue. Lane’s entrancing photography highlights an assortment of mophead, lacecap, and starburst varieties of the beloved French hydrangea, while Slade’s writing imparts her gardening expertise for the fullest bloom of this rewarding flower.
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