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Hydrangea Varieties


The Hydrangea Family
There are so many new hydrangeas that nowadays even the experts are unsure how to classify them. However most of those which are readily available fall into the following groups.

Name: anne
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Date posted: August 28, 2011 - 06:28 am
Message: Last Autumn I planted a hydrangea outside in a sunny spot. The leaf growth is very healthy, but it hasn't produced any flowers this year. What should I do?

Name: Mr.Pearne
Date posted: August 21, 2011 - 06:31 am
Message: I am after the name of a type of Hydrangea, which I have seen but nobody knew the name of the variety - it is a dark red and stood about 2-3 feet tall. Any ideas ?

Name: jane simson
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Date posted: September 05, 2010 - 09:25 am
Message: my mother's hydrangea had apple green flowers that have gone darker green an slightly rusty looking. There have been no pink or blue in the flowers this year. Leaves are normal. What can we do to remedy the situation.

Name: Tineke
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Date posted: August 24, 2010 - 03:49 am
Message: Hi, i have a hydrangea for about 5 years and suddenly this year it died off. It had new leave and flower buds. There are still some new shoots at the bottom of the plant. Any idea why this happened? Thanks for your reply. Tineke

Name: Sandi
Date posted: August 01, 2010 - 01:08 pm
Message: I recieved a white hydrangea and it has now turned almost a floresent green. How do I keep the blooms white and do you know what variety this might be?