question before I purchase
Hi--I love lacecap hydrangea & see that they are listed as zone 5; but I gather from another thread that they require a LOT of winter protection to bloom here in the midwest. I just want to confirm my impression that it is possible to keep lacecaps from dying back to the ground & so get blooms. Are there any particular lacecaps that do extra well in the midwest zone 5? Is burying in leaves adequate since I likely would not be able to do more?
Thanks for your input. I see some pretty ones on catalogue clearance but don't want to waste the money if they will struggle here.