You can mix and match Hydrangeas with shade plants like ferns. They are eye catching and make big blooms in the season. The colours are overwhelming and the drama is very satisfying to the gardener who wants the garden to be evergreen. Landscaping with hydrangeas where there is more shade is a win-win situation. Generally shade plants are grown in the part of the garden that is starved of sunshine. They, although making the garden green fail to produce attractive blooms.
Hydrangeas for the gardener, who loves growing flowers come in wide varieties and forms. The effort can be very rewarding. The fruit of labour is rewarded in form of large growth and wild blooms. Most of the popular hydrangeas grown worldwide are Oakleaf, Annabelle, PeeGee or the Grandiflora, Climbing and Mountain Hydrangeas.
Japan and US make the most beautiful cultivars and the best gardens in the world.
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