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  • Chrissi Murfreesboro, TN
    very pretty
  • Donna Dixson Buford, GA
    Lovely Lorraine, how long did it take you to achieve that beautiful Hydrangea path?
  • Lorraine F Virginia Beach, VA
    We've been in the house about 10 yrs but I didn't plant the hydrangeas until about 5 yrs ago. They are the endless summer strain and they have done beautifully.
  • Miriam I New York, NY
    I adore hydrangeas. That photo of them peeking out from behind that white picket fence is precious!
  • Denise M Pinopolis, SC
    Lorraine, I, too, love hydrangeas and have started rootings of several this year. Hopefully, next year I will have several blooming around my house. Would love to have mine looking like yours. Well done. The blooms dry beautifully, and I have a
  • Lorraine F Virginia Beach, VA
    I just brought in a bunch and they're in the living room. I'm also mailing some to some blogger friends who don't have any! I always have bunches but I wish the color would last better...it would be wonderful to have some actual blue blooms as well as
  • How do you start rootings off of the hydrangea's? I love Hydrangea's and would love to know how..............
  • Lorraine F Virginia Beach, VA
    Mine root every time a branch lays on the ground for awhile. So you can force that by taking a low branch and putting a stone or brick on it to hold it down to the ground. Just leave if for good. Next Spring you should see some shoots coming off that
  • How many years did it take for all those Hydrangea's to fill in and grow like that with all the different colors? Beautiful
  • Lorraine F Virginia Beach, VA
    We've been in the house for 10 yrs and I planted them after we were here a bit so I'd guess maybe 5-6? Most of them are the Endless Summer variety. I like that bc they continue to bloom whereas the traditional type bloom once and that's it.
  • do you deadhead the flowers to get them to keep blooming and are they in full sun, shade or an area where they get both sun and shade. Just trying to figure out the best spot to plant my Endless summers here in zone 9 ca.
  • Lorraine F Virginia Beach, VA
    They get some shade and sun. No, you don't need to deadhead hydrangeas. In the late summer (I'm cutting them now) I let the blooms get papery feeling but not brown and then I cut stems of them and stand them in vases or bottles indoors in the cool house
  • Thank you Lorraine. They are beautiful. What state are you in?
  • Lorraine F Virginia Beach, VA
    I'm in coastal Virginia.....Virginia Beach
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