Annabelle Hydrangea

mudsnake(8B)November 1, 2008

Has anyone had any luck growing Annabelle Hydrangea in this climate? I saw one at a local (zone 8B) nursery, but I have not noticed any growing locally. I wonder if they can take our hot summers.

Also, if you are growing Annabelle, how much shade can it tolerate and still bloom? I want to put it in a fairly shady spot.

Thanks.

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alex_7b(7b/8a)

Morning sun & afternoon shage. Keep it well watered.

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