Last week, I was walking the gardens with my dogs. While touring the beds, I started inspecting the hydrangeas to see how they are leafing out and filling in this spring.
I'm hoping that this year's everblooming variety will bloom better than it did last year. To learn what happened to my everblooming hydrangeas last year, click here.
Anyway, while inspecting the plants, I noticed one of the shrubs looked like it sprouted a few baby sections. I saw three smaller clumps from the main plant. Which means, I have additional plants that are attached to the main hydrangea that I planted several years ago.