Garden Moments – The best hydrangeas to create a mixed border or privacy screen

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The best hydrangeas for your garden

Turn on the shadows, add structure and summer flowers to a mixed border or create a privacy screen with the help of one of the many hydrangeas.

Use anabelle type hydrangea (Hydra and Arborensens) To illuminate mixed bushes, perennial plants, forested gardens, and shady areas. Grow this suitable plant in semi-shady and moist, rich, well-drained soil.

You will find Panic Hydrangea (Hyrenga Paniculata) Species 2 to 10 feet tall. Their large conical flowers appear in mid-summer, starting with white, pink, and brown.

Bigleaf hydrangeas (Hydra and macrophages) The main areas of southern gardens were the colorful hydrangeas. Frequent flowering allows northern gardeners to enjoy blue flowers in alkaline soils and acidic soils. Grow large leafy hydrangeas in some well-drained soil in full sunlight.

A little more information; Anabelle type and pancake hydrangea flower in new growth. Large leaf hydrangeas bloom in early seasonal growth. Repeat flowering, large leaf hydrangea flower in past and present growth.

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Gardener, TV / Radio Host, Writer and Columnist Melinda Myers has over 30 years of experience in horticulture and contributes to the column and contribution Birds and flowers Magazine. She has written more than 20 garden books, including It is impossible to escape a small space garden And the Middle West Gardener’s Handbook. She is hosted by National Symposium Melinda Garden Moment Airborne parts 135 TV and radio stations All over the United States Myers is the recently released host Great Courses “How to Grow Anything” DVD series. Melinda writes for a regular column Wisconsin Garden And Chicago Garden She writes twice a month Gardener’s Questions ” Newspaper column. Melinda hosted “Herbalist” Radio program over 20 years and seven seasons The Great Lakes Garden On PBS. Melinda holds a master’s degree in horticulture, is a certified farmer, and is a horticultural teacher with a career. She is the recipient American Horticultural Association by BY Morrison Communication Award And entered GWA Celebrity Hall – Gardeners Communications Association. Myers website,, Shows gardening videos, podcasts, monthly gardening checklist details and more.


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