Congratulations to both of you. I love the look of the blues and am impressed that the hydrangea does well in Arizona Summer Heat. They do well here too but they tend to wilt a little when the temps get to the 110s for days and days and days... I can't complain. I would wilt a little if left outside in the middle of the summer too. Hee hee hee! I was just outside moving a rose and trying to plant a few plants that were still potted but ran into drip irrigation snafus that delayed all work until 11am. Tell you what... In May over here, you cannot do yard work after 10-11am. Too darn hot. How is it like over in LA or AZ? I have to pack it in and leave it for another day or another weekend... whew!
Thanks luis_pr,they do better for me in the shade.You might won't to try and plant some in the shade.It get pretty hot here to.I can handle the heat as long as i take breaks.If you look at my picture both plants are in the shade.
I have only heard of 2 places in the US where they are available (doesn't mean there aren't others)-------but, they are Wilkerson Mill in Ga. (they are on the internet) and Petals of the Past outside of Birmingham. Good luck--
Harmony is so pretty. My Oakleaf didn't make it through the winter. So sad. My climbing hydrangea is blooming for the first time. It's taken three years to bloom and still a small plant, maybe 3' only.
I don't know what variety. I'm bad about tagging plants except my daylilies. I'm going to have to put something taller behind it. Discovered this morning there's a very long piece growing along the ground under the hostas. I hope I can get that piece of ornamental iron out without breaking the plant.