what hydrangeas do you grow?

keith06April 21, 2006

hi everyone,just a question on what hydrangeas you all are growing with success? i grow annabelle but im looking for something diff that will bloom in this area jefferson county.i wish we could grow the mopheads with luck thanks for your replies and keep er growing...........

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putzer(z4 WI)

I have two Endless Summers and I love them. Take a look at this link and click on the links in the first paragraph to see what's coming as far as new types:

Here is a link that might be useful: Endless Summer

    Bookmark   April 21, 2006 at 10:40PM
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I grow Pee Gee, Unique, Limelight, Annabelle, Pink Diamond, and Pee Wee. I have an Endless Summer but so far it hasn't done much. Truthfully, it hasn't been in place for long so it is early to determine how it will perform.

    Bookmark   April 23, 2006 at 11:09PM
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rubrum(z4 in NE WI)

I had tried a hydrangea a few years ago at my old house... I had clay ground and the poor thing grew some leaves and that was it... two years and I never got a flower; then I moved it to this house with mostly sand and it pooped out. I have a snowball bush that is floureshing tho. I did give my hy miracid but that didn't help, it didn't like me I guess.

    Bookmark   May 7, 2006 at 10:27PM
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I love in Rock County,right inside of Milton and I grow Annabelle & Endless Summer. They do very well! I have to stake my Annabelles though.

    Bookmark   July 15, 2006 at 10:45PM
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milwdave(Zone5 Milwaukee)

None...nasty weeds for me. It took me 4 yrs to root out an Annebelle. The root system was horrendous. If you're planting an Hydrangea, make sure you KNOW where you want it.


    Bookmark   July 17, 2006 at 3:41AM
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futureconiferqueen(SE Wis 5)

I have a couple of Oak Leaf hydrangeas, bought on sale at the end of the season last year. Both are doing well--no flowers yet--but even so, the foliage is stunning, especially when it turns colors in the fall. I'm in Zone 5, SE Lake Michigan.

    Bookmark   July 25, 2006 at 12:25PM
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aka_margo(z5a WI)

I have a variegated hydrangea I got on clearance that year at Kmart. My friend bought one for her sister at the same time, and both of ours are still alive. I put mine in a big pot and put in the garage during winter. She planted hers and just mulched it well. I also have Tardiva, Endless Summer (not my favorite, weeps at any sign of heat), Pee Wee, Oakleaf, and just order a Lady in Red which I am going to put in a very protected area outside.

    Bookmark   July 25, 2006 at 4:58PM
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