Green Hydrangeas, Where Do They Come From?

Some people love the uniqueness of green hydrangeas and some wonder why their bright blue blooms fade away to ugly green. Everyone is different. But if you wonder where green blooms come from – they are seldom found in nurseries – the answer is they come from blue blooms, and sometimes from late in the […]

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old hydrangea flower

Hydrangeas Fading Blooms Are Beautiful

When I grew hydrangeas in my New England yard, my favorite time of year was end of summer. The blooms would begin to fade and change color. Sometimes they didn’t look all that great, and at other times the Fall colors could be even more beautiful. I didn’t have pink flowering hydrangeas. Mine bloomed white […]

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The Ever Changing Hydrangea Flower – August Blooms

Hydrangeas could be called the great, morphing flower.  From the time they bloom in June and July until Fall arrives, the flowers undergo amazing and wondrous changes. My white flowering “Blushing Bride” is showing some unusual color combos as it ages.  The once all-white huge flower is now mostly green with some pink on each […]

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Green Hydrangea Flowers

At the end of the growing season, which is September or October where I live in New Hampshire, the hydrangea blooms have turned some unusual colors. Depending on the fertilizer and summer weather, the flowers can be bright blue or more of a pinkish green and fade to dark purple or green. It’s what I […]

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