福岡の専門学校「日本デザイナー学院」ことニチデは､夢をつかむために“自分のベース”をつくる場所｡考え､深め､発信できるクリエイターへ｡ニチデが､キミの原点になる！. Information from both"Hydrangeas for American Gardens," by Michael A. Dirrand"Encyclopedia of Hydrangeas" C.J. and D.M. Van Gelderen ( - Timber Press).
This shrub grows up to 10 feet. The panicles appear late in the summer, and the flowering period can go well into October and possibly beyond in the right climate (Nantucket is. Jul 02, If your hydrangea won’t flower, you’ll want to figure out which variety you have. Hydrangeas that flower off of newly grown wood don’t present much of a blooming problem. Some of the most common hydrangea plants come from the big-leaf family, or Hydrangea macrophylla.
These produce beautiful blue or pink flowers. Transplant a hydrangea when it has become dormant and has lost all of its leaves (late fall or winter). More Tips For Planting Hydrangeas. Place the hydrangea in an area where it can get plenty of moisture. Supplemental moisture is especially important the first year or two and during droughts.
Hydrangeas planted under a tree often fail to thrive. Nov 28, How to Prune an Annabelle Hydrangea. If you can imagine snowflakes 12 inches across, you will have a sense of the extraordinary blossoms of the Annabelle hydrangea (Hydrangea arborescens"Annabelle"). Most types of hydrangeas grown in Massachusetts are listed in the table below.
Only bigleaf (Hydrangea macrophylla) or mountain hydrangea (Hydrangea serrata) flowers will turn blue.
Some cultivars of these are better suited for blue flowers while others are best grown as pink. Aluminum in the tissue of hydrangea flowers causes the blue coloration.