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Re: ..now hydrangeas


Ceres, 
What was the commercial name of that Bailey Hydrangea again?
I can't figure out how to get to chat's archives, and the newsreader only
provides very recent matches.

Kitty


> [Original Message]
> From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Date: 2/26/2003 2:58:09 PM
> Subject: Re: [CHAT] ..now hydrangeas
>
> Kitty and Kathy, I have had quercifolia 'Snow Queen' in my garden for
3yrs 
> and it has done fine.  I have it planted on the east side of the house
and 
> near the foundation to provide max protection.  I selected it mostly
because 
> the foliage turns a wonderful dark red in the fall.
> I would much prefer the macrophyllas but they will not bloom in my
climate.  
> I do have a varigated one which I like for the foliage and maybe 1 out of
4-5 
> yrs I will get a few blooms.  This dies back to the soil in the winter so
I 
> lose the bloom buds.
>     I am looking forward to Baileys new macrophylla which blooms on new &
old 
> wood but will not be released til 2004.  I saw it at the Iowa Nursery & 
> Landscape Assoc convention last month.  It has huge blooms.
>     Ceres, Iowa zone 4/5  
>
>
>
> macrophylla
>
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