Hydrangea

The already varied and very garden worthy Hydrangea genus has recently had a few additions, with quirky Dichroa & Deinanthe, along with the climbers Pileostegia and Schizophragma, currently being reclassified into this genus. The traditional hydrangeas are evergreen or deciduous shrubs or climbers, with flowers often in large, colourful clusters. The true flowers, are normally quite small, but surrounded  large sterile flowers, which give them a very showy feel. Generally flowering in late summer, into autumn and preferring some shade. The cultivated mophead and lacecaps (H. macrophylla) do not like very dry spots and will indicate this by wilting, but some extra watering or siting in a spot with more moisture will help.

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