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    Finally

    Finally

    My Hydrangea Aspera Robusta is in bloom.  It is a strange looking beast.

    Planted several years ago at the same time as the Oak Leaf:

     

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    Viator | July 24, 2011 at 4:52 pm

    You see a lot of these on Cape Cod where the climate and the soil must be salubrious for them since they are quite showy and a nice addition to summer on the Cape.


     
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    jeannebodine | July 24, 2011 at 7:28 pm

    Oh yes, I have 2 of those and 2 white oak leaf hydrangeas as well that I put in about 10 years ago and they all do very well. I ordered them from mail order catalogs. I am still partial to my regular hydrangeas but they get killed by the heat & lack of water in July.

    I gave up on my gardening kick about 5 years ago when it finally dawned on me that we only had 2-3 weeks of decent gardening weather each year.

    There is nothing like nature.


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