Garden hydrangea For light shade, it’s tough to beat Hydrangea macrophylla. The shrub is easy to grow, needing little fussing beyond watering, occasional feeding, and light pruning once a year. Yet it pumps out big mophead flower clusters—in shades of pink, blue, and white—that can reach 10 or more inches across. Grow garden hydrangea in zones 3b–9, 14–21; H1; ‘Incrediball’ in zones A3; 1–21.
Glass Gem Corn was a long lost variety which was deposited by a seedsman at Seeds Trust. In 2011, Bill McDormann, president of Seeds Trust decided to grow them. When he saw the result of the glass gem seed corn, he was absolutely amazed and posted photos of the corn on the Internet and went viral in May 2012 with a post on the social networking site Reddit which was then picked-up by dozens of other social media outlets. Currently, there is insufficient supply for marketing. #Corn…
How to Get More Hydrangea Flowers . . .
Kawachi Wisteria Garden, Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan
How To Get A Hydrangea To Flower - Why Aren't My Hydrangeas Blooming
How To Get A Hydrangea To Flower – Why Aren’t My Hydrangeas Blooming