I think I know

posieh(3)September 26, 2009

On Aug. 14 of this year I asked what variey of Hydrangea I had as it's blooms resembled a cranberry blossom. Paging through an older Martha Stewart mag I found a picture of it and they identified it as "Lace Cap" It was supposed to be an Annabelle. I have had other plants mislabeled so this is no real suprise.

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luis_pr(7b/8a Hurst, TX)

Mislabeling is a common problem in the nursery world. I have not (yet) had this issue with mail order companies but have had it with local nurseries (big stores and small ones).

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