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With dozens of species and more cultivars, hydrangeas (Hydrangea spp.) have been a popular ornamental garden plant for decades with flowers that come in a wide range of colors, including white and many shades of blue, pink, maroon, red, and even pale green. Some of the hydrangeas have large, round flower heads, while others have a smaller, flatter, more delicate flowers, along with different foliage shapes depending on the species.

Plant them in fall or early spring to ensure that hydrangea bushes have time to establish a healthy root system. Hydrangeas are fast-growing growers, with an average of two or more feet per year. Know that the plant is toxic to humans and animals.


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