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How to Care for a Shooting Star Hydrangea | eHow. Not the best photo.. My "Hanabi" Shooting Star Hydrangea has bright pale green leaves. The lace-cap flowers are chartreuse, and the bigger "shooting star" blossoms sit 4-6" above the lace-cap and are white, aging to faint green. Blooms on previous year's growth! Don't dead-head as the old blooms protect new buds from freezing over winter.

How to Care for a Shooting Star Hydrangea

Where Do I Plant My Shooting Star Hydrangea in Zone Turns out they need a rich soil, pH of about They bloom on last year's growth, this could be why mine took 3 years to bloom! Crazy warm/frost/warm weather here can mess up buds too.

Hydrangea serrata 'Fuji waterfall'

Shooting Star Lacecap Hydrangea zones Can get up to tall. Depending on zone, can tolerate full sun Like all hydrangeas prefers afternoon shade and a moist well-draining soil.

Red Hydrangea--ooh never seen hydrangeas in anything but pastel colors--must be interesting

Red Hydrangea--ooh never seen hydrangeas in anything but pastel colors--must be interesting

Hydrangea arborescens, Hydrangea anomala, and Hydrangea paniculata are three terrific hydrangeas for cold climates. Remember those names. Write them down on the inside of your arm with a pen if you…

Hydrangeas that Thrive in a Cold Climate

Incrediball Hydrangea arborescens Shrub - The size of basketballs, these flowerheads open a shade of key-lime, then mature to snowy white! Excellent planted near Paper Birch Trees which attract Downy Woodpeckers.

Bigleaf Hydragea by julie.m

Bigleaf Hydrangea Photograph by Rich Walter - Bigleaf Hydrangea Fine Art Prints and Posters for Sale

Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangeas -- simply beautiful!

Beautiful Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea that blooms from June to first frost! My absolute favorite flower is hydrangea. My wedding flowers were mainly hydrangeas. I would love to have them in my yard!

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