Photo by Melody

Hydrangeas: My Hydrangeas is blooming

Communities > Forums > Hydrangeas
bookmark
Forum: HydrangeasReplies: 19, Views: 302
Add to Bookmarks
-
AuthorContent
TheAngelGirl
Coushatta, LA

May 22, 2009
6:27 AM

Post #6581974

Here is a picture of my Hydrangeas.I don't know the name of them i lost the tags.

Thumbnail by TheAngelGirl
Click the image for an enlarged view.

TheAngelGirl
Coushatta, LA

May 26, 2009
4:56 AM

Post #6598596

Picture 2

Thumbnail by TheAngelGirl
Click the image for an enlarged view.

ArizonaDee
Tucson, AZ

May 31, 2009
12:54 PM

Post #6621245

My first blooms- this little plant has been babied along in our desert heat, but I did get 3 blooms this first year after planting last summer.

Thumbnail by ArizonaDee
Click the image for an enlarged view.

luis_pr
Hurst, TX
(Zone 7b)

May 31, 2009
4:47 PM

Post #6622101

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!
TheAngelGirl
Coushatta, LA

May 31, 2009
7:16 PM

Post #6622689

Love the color ArizonaDee.Don't worry in a year or two your plant will start growing big.They grow slow because my done the same thing until this year and now they are booming.

This message was edited May 31, 2009 2:30 PM
TheAngelGirl
Coushatta, LA

May 31, 2009
7:28 PM

Post #6622720

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.

Thumbnail by TheAngelGirl
Click the image for an enlarged view.

confussedlady
Columbus, OH

May 31, 2009
10:17 PM

Post #6623382

The Rose Girl, your hydragena is lovely & for me somewhat different.
How do you get the flower stems so tall without leaves?
thank's

confussedlady
TheAngelGirl
Coushatta, LA

May 31, 2009
10:32 PM

Post #6623442

Thanks Confussedlady,i'm not sure.That is just the way they grow.
shirleyd
Starkville, MS

June 5, 2009
12:04 AM

Post #6643126

I want to show a picture of my absolute favorite hydrangea-------an oakleaf called Harmony. It has been described by some as looking like a pile of mashed potatoes.

Shirleyd

Thumbnail by shirleyd
Click the image for an enlarged view.

TheAngelGirl
Coushatta, LA

June 5, 2009
12:49 AM

Post #6643274

Cool,it is neat.

I bought a white hydrangea yesterday.
man1410
Atlanta, GA
(Zone 7b)

June 5, 2009
2:48 AM

Post #6643858

Where did you buy Harmony from shirleyd? Impossible to find this one...

thanks
shirleyd
Starkville, MS

June 5, 2009
9:37 AM

Post #6644646

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--

Shirleyd
pastime
Waterman, IL
(Zone 5a)

June 5, 2009
1:06 PM

Post #6645155

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.

Thumbnail by pastime
Click the image for an enlarged view.

ArizonaDee
Tucson, AZ

June 5, 2009
1:23 PM

Post #6645233

Harmony is just gorgeous! What variety is the climbing one pastime? It is lovely too.
pastime
Waterman, IL
(Zone 5a)

June 5, 2009
7:08 PM

Post #6646674

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.
TheAngelGirl
Coushatta, LA

June 7, 2009
9:32 PM

Post #6655289

This is what my hydrangea looks like when the color fades.

Thumbnail by TheAngelGirl
Click the image for an enlarged view.

TheAngelGirl
Coushatta, LA

June 7, 2009
9:34 PM

Post #6655295

Picture 5

Thumbnail by TheAngelGirl
Click the image for an enlarged view.

TheAngelGirl
Coushatta, LA

June 7, 2009
9:36 PM

Post #6655300

Picture 6

Thumbnail by TheAngelGirl
Click the image for an enlarged view.

luis_pr
Hurst, TX
(Zone 7b)

June 8, 2009
1:49 AM

Post #6656386

TheRoseGirl, the photo taken in the 4:32pm post above would be very appropriate on July 4th; it has all three colors... red, white and blue!!!!
TheAngelGirl
Coushatta, LA

June 8, 2009
2:57 AM

Post #6656743

Your right luis_pr,it does have all those colors.

You cannot post until you register, login and subscribe.


Other Hydrangeas Threads you might be interested in:

SubjectThread StarterRepliesLast Post
Hydrangea Ayesha Roselaine 9 Jul 13, 2012 2:54 PM
Cutting Hydrangeas anastatia 2 Jul 31, 2007 9:43 PM
"Forever and Ever" Hydrangea toni5735 14 Dec 30, 2008 11:10 AM
I hope this works. Hydrangeas planted in a leaf mix... kbaumle 30 Apr 28, 2009 3:20 AM
How to winter over lace cap cuttings? kbaumle 10 Jan 13, 2008 6:47 PM


We recommend Firefox
Overwhelmed? There's a lot to see here. Try starting at our homepage.

[ Home | About | Advertise | Media Kit | Mission | Featured Companies | Submit an Article | Terms of Use | Tour | Rules | Privacy Policy | Contact Us ]

Back to the top

Copyright © 2000-2014 Dave's Garden, an Internet Brands company. All Rights Reserved.
 

Hope for America