Garden Divas


Two new garden divas have joined my garden and are putting on a show for all to see! Hydrangea Macrophylla "Nantucket Blue" (zones 5 to 9) is a reblooming hydrangea that will bloom June through August. Such a gorgeous, and hard to find, lasting blue in the flowerbed. Deutzia "Magicien" (zones 6 to 9) has a shorter run but her blooms truly are magical, dainty pink and white clusters that attract birds and butterflies. Both of these deciduous lovelies are hardy in quite a few zones, want sun to partial shade and look terrific in an arrangement if you can bear to cut them! They are this week's stars in Our Fairfield Garden.
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hydrangea macrophylla "Nantucket Blue"
Deutzia "Magicien"

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  • Frankie Laney
    on Jun 24, 2013

    This sound really easyl!! Thanks Barb, I'll be doing that late this afternoon :-)

  • Barbie RH
    on Jun 26, 2013

    Frankie, after blooming, cut off the dead flowers, leave enough branch with a NODE prepare any flower pot with soil, with a stick * same sizes as the branch, make a hole & stick it in as far as2 to 3 inches so it will root it also depends on how big is the cut of branch**,,I used the same from my garden, PS: I normally cut trim the dead bloom & stick the branch in the ground!

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