I have had a love affair with hydrangeas ever since I was a little girl. Blue, green, purple, pink, white, you name a color, love them all!
Since moving home my hydrangea affliction has become an obsession. If you ever asked me if I would know the Latin name for sub-species of hydrangeas, I never would have believed it. A funny thing happens when you move home after being away for four years.
|Hydrangea Paniculata Grandiflora (PeeGee) is on my left and Tardiva is to my right.|
A hydrangea tip, it’s best to cut hydrangeas either early morning or at the end of the day. You will always have a few of these glorious mop-heads wilt; however, you diminish your chances with early or late picking.