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Spherical blooms add interest to shrubbery.

Big, blooming hydrangea plants are sure to bring attention to your yard, garden or borders. Large and round, hydrangea flowers burst into rich pink, blue or purple shades beginning in summer, and hardy hydrangea shrubs can hold their blossoms well into fall. A thriving hydrangea bush stretches 3 to 5 feet up and across, producing many blooms during its long flowering period.
Read more about How to Plant Your Hydrangea, Change the Color of Your Hydrangeas after You Plant Them and Pruning Hydrangeas!
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Hydrangeas make for truly exciting shrubbery! These showy bushes boast bold, bright blossoms and high flower count. Stunning hydrangea flowers burst with vibrant colors, including deep blue shades and lovely pink hues. A thriving hydrangea bush produces lush foliage composed of dark green leaves with toothed edges.

Look for diverse hydrangea plants in a variety of sizes to fit your landscaping needs. Striking hydrangea flowers are large blooms that can be nearly spherical in shape. Some hydrangea bush varieties can stretch 4 to 5 feet high, with impressive spreads spanning 5 feet. Smaller hydrangea shrubs grow to just over 3 feet tall, but can produce long, 9-inch clusters of lovely blooms.

Grow versatile hydrangea plants in mixed borders or as low-growing hedges. The colors of some hydrangea flowers are determined by the acidity or alkalinity of the soil, with soils rich in acid creating brilliant blue blooms and more alkaline soils producing soft pink shades. Your hydrangea bush will become a source of dazzling fresh cut flower arrangements indoors. Beautiful hydrangea shrubs do well across five to six hardiness zones, and these timeless perennials hold their blooms for several weeks until frost.