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My ES Hydrangea Hedge

Posted by lsimms 6a-6bMA (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 15, 12 at 0:33

For some reason, my image isn't posting, but the link works. It's a pretty spectacular sight. Totally no fuss. Barely water it. It's got all the right conditions, morning sun, afternoon shade. And, wow.

Hydrangea Hedge


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RE: My ES Hydrangea Hedge

Beautiful! You're right, they need the right conditions to flourish, and you must be providing it, because they hardly ever look this good. Thanks for sharing.


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RE: My ES Hydrangea Hedge

Wow... absolutely gorgeous! Thanks for sharing.


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RE: My ES Hydrangea Hedge

Amazing!

Ok, I need details. How many and what type of ES? When did you plant them?


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RE: My ES Hydrangea Hedge

You should submit the photo to ES.. They might give you a prize of some kind!


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RE: My ES Hydrangea Hedge

You should submit the photo to ES.. They might give you a prize of some kind!


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RE: My ES Hydrangea Hedge

If you've been a hydrangea forum follower for a few years...I'm the ES cheerleader. Bot them the first year, wiped out all the Eastern MA supply in the first year because of its promise. And I did talk to the original growers long before I got 'em. Talk about a motivated buyer.

It's done exactly what I wanted. Non-stop blooms from May to November. Don't hafta worry about winter bud-freeze. I can prune it down to nothing and I'll have a beautiful hedge the next year.

As I said, I rarely water it. For me, it's the perfect plant.

I might have 30 plants now and my lot is hydrangea-stuffed, lol. OH, and I've moved these plants multiple times, I mean multiple. Just iron-hardy.

And my house is now know as the Hydrangea House.

Thanks to all.


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