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While their name might be familiar, it's important to note that these hydrangeas aren't like just any other shrub in the family, and it's their unique foliage that sets them apart. Two experts share their top tips for planting, growing, and caring for this unique hydrangea. #gardening #gardenideas #garden #flowergarden #growingflowers #marthastewart #annuals
In the South, the hydrangea reigns as the quintessential garden flower starting about mid-May and continuing into the early fall. I can never seem to get enough of them, and constantly perus…
Jen Kollar saved to Blue Bell Hill
Oakleaf Hydrangeas are named after their leaf shape and bloom nearly all year. This shrub is popular for its long-lasting flowers that emerge in white but then fade to a dull pink. Our Hydrangea guide will teach you what you need to know to care for this timeless shrub. #hydrangea #oakleafhydrangeas #mygardencom #mygarden #oakleafhydrangeacare
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Oakleaf Hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia) pyramid-shaped clusters of scentless flowers, well-drained soil, no disease or insect problems [DETAILS]
Oakleaf hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia) is a native American shrub with year-round interest. Here are some excellent cultivars.
Nancy Fradette saved to Les Fleurs
As with any royalty, Oak Leaf Hydrangea requires some devotion. Planting must be perfect. In our clay we plant high (3" of roots above ground level) incorp
Garden Girl saved to Flora
Specializing in rare and unusual annual and perennial plants, including cottage garden heirlooms and hard to find California native wildflowers.
Lena Podolsky saved to Backyard and Garden
If you are looking for shade loving shrubs to fill the space between taller trees and low-growing perennials, this list of beautiful bushes will help.
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Is the oakleaf hydrangea the perfect plant for your space? Learn all you need to grow this versatile southeastern native shrub now on Gardener's Path.
Gina Walters saved to Hydrangeas
As summer wanes, so do the blooms from our favorite flowers, leaving us grasping for the last vestiges of natural color before winter takes hold. Those who long for a bit of color in an autumn yard can take heart. Here are 30 plants that will provide vibrant color and visual interest in your autumn landscape, even as cooler fall days give way to winter.
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