Monday, May 17, 2010

Annabelle Hydrangea?

Hydrangeas are my favorite flower, and I love having as many as possible in my garden.

I have no problem with most hydrangeas. They all thrive in my zone 9a climate.

However, I can't seem to get Annabelle Hydrangea to thrive here. They can't seem to make it through the summers here, even in full shade. I know people with them, so I know its possible for them to do well here. What can I do to make sure the ones I plant this year thrive?

Annabelle Hydrangea?
Perhaps you should wait for a Fall planting. Give them the cool season to root out and settle in, instead of the scorch of summer.

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