July 17th, 2012

July 17th, 2012 by Sherri

On the west side of Boyd is a planting of Smooth Hydrangea {H. arborescens’ Grandiflora’} that has huge white flowers, this year they are having their best year since they were planted in 2003. The flowers are 10″ across and quite striking. We treat these plants as herbaceous perennials and cut them to the ground each fall.

 Smooth Hydrangea {H. arborescens' Grandiflora'}

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