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  • Flowerscapes Garden Design & Landscaping

    I am chomping at the bit to see the 'Vanilla Strawberry' hydrangea offered by White Flower Farms in person. Any locals have one that I can take a look at?

  • Douglas Hunt
    Douglas Hunt New Smyrna Beach, FL

    Love the paniculatas! Kyushu is another great cultivar.

  • Teresa D
    Teresa D Snellville, GA

    Paniculatas! I like those. Didn't know what they were called. How well do they do in heavy shade?

  • Teresa D
    Teresa D Snellville, GA

    My hydrangea bloomed a gorgeous bright blue and now has turned a dusty gray-ish color with pink on the edges. Is this normal? It is a snowball variety and very healthy.

  • Erica Glasener
    Erica Glasener Atlanta, GA

    Your hydrangeas that started out blue and turned grayish with pink edges, yes this is normal. The paniculata's unlike the mophead (the one you call snowball) prefer full sun but will do ok in 1/2 shade but not heavy shade.