Many Pink Hydrangea flowers growing in the garden, floral background.

By September 2, 2017Articles

Many Pink Hydrangea flowers growing in the garden, floral background.

By Liz Baessler Hydrangeas are extremely popular plants to have in your flower garden, and for good reason. With their big displays of flowers that sometimes change color depending on the pH of the soil, they provide brightness and variety wherever they’re planted. But can you grow hydrangeas in zone 9 gardens? Keep reading to learn more about growing hydrangeas in zone 9 and caring for hot weather hydrangeas. Growing Hydrangeas in Zone 9 While there are a few hot weather hydrangeas that can tolerate zone 9 gardens, it doesn’t usually just come down to temperature. Hydrangeas love water – that’s how they got their name. That means that if you live in a zone 9 that’s especially arid, you’re going to want to plant a hydrangea that’s especially drought tolerant. If you live in a more moist part of zone 9, however, your options are much more open and

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