White Hydrangea Flower Blooms, Isolated Macro Closeup, Mophead Annabelle H. Arborescens, Tree Hortensie Smooth Anabelle Cold Hardy Shrub, Rain Water Dew Drops, Raindrops, Waterdrops, Dewdrops

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White Hydrangea Flower Blooms, Isolated Macro Closeup, Mophead Annabelle H. Arborescens, Tree Hortensie Smooth Anabelle Cold Hardy Shrub, Rain Water Dew Drops, Raindrops, Waterdrops, Dewdrops

By Teo Spengler Mopheads (Hydrangea macrophylla) are the most popular type of garden shrubs, and the unique shape of their flowers has inspired many common names. You may know mopheads as pom-pom hydrangeas, bigleaf hydrangeas, French hydrangeas or even hortensia. Growing mophead hydrangeas is easy as long as you follow a few simple rules. Read on for tips on how to grow a mophead hydrangea and other mophead hydrangea info. Mophead Hydrangea Information What are mophead hydrangeas? These deciduous hydrangea shrubs have large heads of blossoms. Gardeners love them because they are showy, easy care and bloom reliably every summer. Once you know that mopheads are also called bigleaf hydrangeas, it will be no surprise that the leaves are oversized, sometimes as large as a dinner plate. They are a fresh, bright green and give the shrubs a lush, rounded aspect. Mophead hydrangea information tells you that the shrubs can

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