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Palmyra, VA

April 22, 2009
2:10 PM

Post #6447003

I have an area on the NW back corner of my home where I planted a pink dogwood tree 2 years ago and is growing so well. It receives shade in the morning and semi shade there only in the afternoon, would that be a good area to plant my hydrangeas? It is an area that is semi moist all year long as it is on a bit of an incline.
Thanks so much for all your information on the hydrangeas.


Allen Park, MI
(Zone 6a)

April 22, 2009
5:38 PM

Post #6447992

It sounds like they should do well.

Plant 1 or 2 and see how they do, if ok plant away.


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