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Hydrangeas have been popular garden plants for decades. Older varieties add sentimental charm, while newer ones now offer an even wider variety of shapes, colors, and sizes. Hydrangeas put on a showy display from early spring all the way into fall and thrive in both sandy coastal soils and in shady woodland sites and almost everything in-between. Hydrangea blooms can be white, pink, or blue depending on the soil’s pH.

Care Instructions

Spring and fall are ideal times to plant hydrangeas. Ensure your hydrangea is planted in well-draining soil with plenty of organic matter, and avoid planting in summer when temperatures are mid 80s°F+ unless you can keep them watered and will not let them dry out. Hydrangeas will grow best in full to partial shade. In hot climates, hydrangeas will do best with some shade. Hardiness zones range from 3-7