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Re: Hydrangeas

I guess by now you've seen the list.

Glad you plant the grocery store plants, too. There was some discussion that
the rebloomers often found in this area were grocery store plants from the
50's and 60's. I've got one that was here when we bought the house- most
likely a Mother's Day present - that blooms from May to December most years.


Subject: [CHAT] Hydrangeas

> Thinking about my gardens, while waiting to see if it will stop raining so
> can finish working on a walkway, I think I've got eight hydrangea hybrids
> (not counting the unnamed ones).  I thought I had more, but I do have
> multiples of some that I've rooted.  Here are some photos:
> http://photos.yahoo.com/chrispnpt.  I just bought 'Endless Summer" and
> another dwarf called H. serrata 'Shiro Fuji' that will go in my white
> garden.
> Daryl, I'd like to hear about what you purchased, so please reply to the
> group!
> Chris
> Long Island, NY
> Zone 7a (Average min temp 50 - 00)

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