All this summer, rain has brought forth a bumper crop of hydrangeas this summer — this planting of hydrangeas hosts a range of differing blues, mauves and pinks which makes a foundation planting so vibrant and alive!
Hydrangea ‘Tellers Blue’ dances well with pure white daisies.
My new favorite for August and September gardens — Hydrangea paniculata ‘Bobo’ — pure white repeat bloomer — growing to about 4′ high — a real dazzler for your garden.
Cityline ‘Rio’ — Diminutive in size but packing a powerful cobalt blue flower that turns a soft purple as it fades.
Hydrangea ‘Everlasting Amethyst’ — deep layers of mauve to deep purple — repeat blooming and compact growing.
Hydrangea involucrata ‘Yokudanda’ — a creamy opalescent-like flower that blends beautifully in the late August and September garden — a real stunner!
Hydrangea ‘Everlasting Revolution’ — compact growing — a kaleidoscope of ever-changing colors — a good rebloomer.
Hydrangea serrata ‘Preziosa’ — Deep rose colored hydrangeas that resists wilting in the heat — very hardy and reliable.
Hydrangea ‘Bloomstruck’ — a long bloomer that grows to about 4′ — reblooms nicely into Autumn.