Grow­ing Hap­pi­ness With Hy­drangeas

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NAPSA)-Bring­ing beauty to your home and gar­den can be sim­ple when you grow hy­drangeas. Their big, bushy flow­ers come in a va­ri­ety of shades of blue, pur­ple, rose, vi­o­let and green. They’re easy to grow, have a long sea­son of bloom-gen­er­ally late spring to early fall-and are great for mass land­scape, bor­der plant­ings or con­tainer plants. The large, eye-catch­ing hy­drangea blos­soms from For­ever &_Ever(r) Plants can also be en­joyed as cut or dried flow­ers.

Hy­drangea Facts And Tips To help you cre­ate a gor­geous hy­drangea gar­den, here are some hints from the ex­perts at the United States Depart­ment of Agri­cul­ture: blue flow­ers. As hy­drangea flow­ers age on the plant, they of­ten change col­ors. deep shade can greatly re­duce flow­er­ing. ! - lar prun­ing. Re­mov­ing about a third of the old­est stems each year will re­sult in a fuller, health­ier plant. " # $ on the plant. Don’t col­lect them un­til the flow­ers have de­vel­oped a pa­pery feel. On a dry day with low hu­mid­ity, cut the stems the length you need for your flo­ral ar­range­ments. Strip off all leaves and then find a dry place in­doors where the flow­ers can fin­ish dry­ing. Flow­ers can be hung up­side down while be­ing dried or placed in a vase with or with­out wa­ter.

Two_Per­fect Choices Hy­drangeas such as For­ever & Ever Pis­ta­chio and Peace are new re­leases for 2012. The For­ever & Ever Hy­drangea line has been called “al­most fool­proof” even for the novice gar­dener.

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Hearty, exuberant hy­drangeas such as the stun­ning For­ever & Ever Pis­ta­chio and Peace are easy to grow, bloom for months and also look good when dried.

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