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Hydrangea Types | What Are Your Choices?

There are several hydrangea types with variations in size, look, color, and more. Why bother to understand the different hydrangea types? Knowing your hydrangea type can help you better understand where to place your hydrangea in the landscape and how...

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How To Protect Plants From Insects & Disease

There are some simple ways to protect your plants and reduce the chances of pests and disease. By performing some basic maintenance and caring for your plants they will be more healthy. Healthy plants are less likely to be affected by insects and disease.
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How to Grow Hydrangeas

Hydrangea care isn’t complicated once you know whether the particular variety you have prefers sun or shade. (If you aren’t sure, check out our article on Hydrangea Types.) Once you choose the right spot to plant your hydrangea there are...

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A Guide for Where to Plant and How to Grow Hydrangeas

Many hydrangea bushes prefer some shade, especially in warmer climates, however, there are cultivars that can not only tolerate sun but also thrive in it. We have versatile hydrangeas that can grow in full shade or full sun. In this guide, we’ll cover the best types of hydrangeas for each growing condition and how to best care for them so you get the biggest healthiest blooms.

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Varieties of Hydrangeas

There are many different types of hydrangeas, including smooth hydrangeas, oakleaf hydrangeas, reblooming hydrangeas, big leaf hydrangeas, and panicle hydrangeas. Find the best hydrangea varieties within each group.
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Tall Hedges For Privacy

If you don’t want to be able to see your neighbor’s yard or you don’t want them peering into yours, tall hedges for privacy are beautiful and a much more affordable option than wooden privacy fences. Another benefit to plants over fences is that you can choose tall hedges! The whole neighborhood would be talking if you put up a 10 or 20 feet tall fence, but with trees no one even thinks twice! Tall hedges provide true privacy that a 6 foot high wooden privacy fence won’t.
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Drought Resistant Plants

Drought tolerant plants are a big deal. Gardeners love them. They save us time and money. States like California, Arizona, Nevada and Utah need them. 
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Border Hedges: Creating Borders With Boxwoods

Border hedges create beautiful lines and curves in the home landscape. They define an area and add an upscale look. Border hedges can be sculpted to your liking. They can be rounded or angled, whatever fits your personality and landscape best. The ideal shrubs used for this landscape task tolerate pruning well and don’t grow too quickly, making them easier to maintain. The perfect border hedges are sculpted from boxwoods. 
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Reblooming Lilacs: 3 Seasons Of Blooming Beauty

Enjoy 3 seasons of blooming beauty with reblooming lilacs. These deciduous shrubs add beauty, color, and fragrance to the home garden. Bloomerang Lilacs are versatile and can be used in foundation plantings, hedges, containers, mixed beds and more.
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