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|Neutral ||newbiehavinfun ||On Apr 2, 2012, newbiehavinfun from Vineland, NJ wrote:
I think this is one hydrangea that is very sensitive to winter die-back. While the foliage is absolutely gorgeous, mine are small because they die back every year. I've only had one flower and it was a very pretty blue. I think this would do better in warmer areas.
|Positive ||Broadview_Hosta ||On Jul 20, 2010, Broadview_Hosta from Seattle, WA (Zone 7b) wrote:
I simply love this lacecap hydrangea! My yard soil is rather acid, so the blooms on this take on a blue ting, with a stronger blue on the center bloom buds. It does very well with part sun and rich soil amendments. The foliage is outstanding.
|Neutral ||lmelling ||On Dec 7, 2004, lmelling from Ithaca, NY (Zone 5b) wrote:
From the sources "Hydrangeas for American Gardens," by Michael A. Dirr (2004), and "Encyclopedia of Hydrangeas" C.J. and D.M. Van Gelderen (2004 - Timber Press):
Variegated green/white leaves with bright yellow splotches or edges. More colorful than 'Marieshii Variegata', like all variegated types, it can revert. Medium sized. The flowerheads are small, white, pink or light blue and unimportant, the plant being sold mostly for it's foliage.
This plant has been said to grow in the following regions:
Vineland, New Jersey
East Rochester, New York
North Augusta, South Carolina