One of my favorite things about summer is the blooms of the hydrangeas. I have many different varieties in my landscape and today I am going to share with you a few varieties I recommend and answer a GardenChat question about spots.
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HELP – Spots on my Hydrangeas
This video can be found on my Channel at Bren Haas YouTube.
In the video above I mention a GardenChat member and his spotting on a hydrangea shrub. To help answer the question I do a quick walkabout my garden sharing all the different growing conditions my plants endure. The leaf Bill shared with me in the photo may have something called Cercospora Leaf Spot. Water in a manner that keeps moisture off the leaves and is sure to add a disease-resistant hydrangea shrub to prevent having to use a fungicide to protect plants.
MORE Hydrangeas Summer Shares
Below I share we take a quick walk out my sunroom patio to see what is growing in containers and the landscape. During this quick video, we will see container ideas along with hydrangeas I personally recommend.
View this video on YouTube at Hydrangea and Containers | Bren Haas Channel
A Few Of My Favorite Hydrangeas
First of all, I want you to know it was very hard to pick just a few images to share with you today. I am a huge fan of just about any hydrangea I come in contact with. Below are a few of my favorite hydrangea that I grow in my home garden. Easy to take care of and fun to grow is why I love these!
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The only explanation for the blooms finally turning blue after lower the pH of the soil is that this hydrangea did not bloom last year. Maybe if it would have bloomed they would have……
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