So...Back in April I bought and transplanted seven hydrangea bushes (sticks) from a backyard gardener who lives not too far from me. She did a good job of digging up the roots and keeping
on May 09, 2012
Funny I had a similar question. One of my Hydrangea paneculata (sp) just turned brown and
reddish color while in bloom and now looks wilted and dead. I have watered and all the other ones seem to be doing fine. When I did the scraping on the bark it has some green on the stem. Should I just leave it and see or is it a goner? Really puzzled as to what could have killed it.
My husband brushed up against it, and it "trashed" his forearm. It has been 10 days and the arm is still red and sore and peeling. I have looked into poison ivy, oak, and sumac, and none match. Thanks!
on May 03, 2012
It kinda looks like a Viburnum to me...but they bloom with big showy snowball like flowers on
it. It's not Virginia creeper, because it's woody and Va. creeper is a vine. I think take it to your local extension office. Let us know what it is.