In this post you will find a video review featuring two of my incredible hydrangeas for home gardens. Check out the Incrediball Hydrangea and the Invincibelle Spirit I’ve been growing in my home garden for over 10 years. Video and images featuring growing tips you won’t want to miss.
Two Hydrangeas PERFECT For Home Gardens
Join me in the garden as I share my experience growing these two classic hydrangeas. I’ve had the Incrediball and Invincibelle Spirit in my home garden for over 10 years. You will see how they grow and what the blooms look like in the video review below.
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Incrediball Hydrangeas and Invincibelle Spirit
Incrediball Hydrangea was the first huge white / cream colored bloom on the market. It really is a huge bloom and will do well in most any garden in hardiness zone 3=10.
Invincibelle Spirit is the first hydrangea that will rebloom. I love picking the beautiful (no scent) pink blooms on this beauty to use in arrangements indoors. This hydrangea is also awesome for drying to use year-round in decor.
Where to find these Incredible Plants
Of course you can ask your local garden centers to see if they can get these plants in stock. I recommend the links provided below where the plant will be shipped to your home at appropriate date.
- Invincibelle Spirit at https://amzn.to/2T8p1i9
- Incrediball Hydrangea at https://amzn.to/3yax9Ob
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Hydrangeas In My Garden
Below is a list of the post I’ve created featuring hydrangeas I grow in my home garden.
Blooming Now In My Home Garden
In this post I am sharing a short video featuring what caught my eye today in my home garden. What is Blooming Now in my home garden for April 26,2023. See images, plant details and video below.
The Classic and Easy to Grow Oakleaf Hydrangea
In this post, I want to share with you one of my all-time favorites. An oldie but a goodie and a must-have for anyone home landscape – The Oakleaf Hydrangea.
Cherry Explosion Hydrangea Review
This is one of the cutest little shrubs I grow in my home garden. The 2 feet tall plant surprises me each summer with a few large cherry blooms. In this blog post I share my thoughts on the ‘Cherry Explosion Hydrangea’. Cherry Explosion Hydrangea Review I can’t believe it has been growing in my
Two Incredible Hydrangeas For Home Gardens
In this post you will find a video review featuring two of my incredible hydrangeas for home gardens. Check out the Incrediball Hydrangea and the Invincibelle Spirit I’ve been growing in my home garden for over 10 years. Video and images featuring growing tips you won’t want to miss. Two Hydrangeas PERFECT For Home Gardens
Hydrangea Update After Late Summer Planting
Do you remember the first 2 Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea Shrubs I have in my garden? In this post I share the amazing transplant that took place last year. In the video featuring Hydrangea Report After Brutal Move find out what happen. Hydrangea Report After Brutal Move Video I could not believe my eyes this past
Spring Vlog with ‘Spot On’ Pulmonaria and Hydrangea
Stop and Smell some SPOT ON Flowers! This weeks feature includes a Spring Vlog originally from Instagram TV. Check out the new ‘Spot On’ Pulmonaria and a few other landscape ideas including Hydrangea. Be prepared… There maybe a puppy and kitty sighting as well! Spring Vlog with ‘Spot On’ Pulmonaria Planting It is super easy
What do you think of hydrangeas in the home garden? Do you grow any in your garden or landscape? Be sure to leave a comment on my website or reach out to share more with me.
Happy Hydrangea Growing,
Hi Bren! How do you fertilize the cat that is more fat than hydrangeas? LOL!
oh gosh… the kitty is actually very thin. He is my oldest cat named Kink Kitty because he has a kink in his tail. He gets alot of wet food these days because he teeth are so frail from age. NOW THE HYDRANGEA… I literally do nothing for food. I’ve not watered it or put mulch around the base in over 5 years. Those plants really don’t need fertilizer if you put it in a good soil location.
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