Jan Maas: Master Garderner -- Not your grandmother’s hydrangeas
Hydrangeas have been part of the garden since the 1800s when "PeeGee" became a garden staple. "PeeGee" was tall with white flowers that had a floppy habit. It can still be found in gardens today. In recent years, there has been an explosion in hydrangea choices, including a variety of colors. These shrubs are a desirable addition to the garden and can be fairly easy to grow.
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