dedicated to Terry Risko, the creator of this garden
First one is a mop head. Second one is a lace cap.My lace caps have bloomed a little bit, but my mop heads have yet to bloom. They are healthy and look good just no bblooms.
You are a wealth of information Jan, thanks again.Mine were always looking healthy, but his was the first year that I was able to get 3 out of the 4 to bloom.You know that the only way that they will bloom is if the new growth sprouts from the dead wood. Then you have a chance. If the new growth comes directly from the ground, you will have no blooms.
Well, baby sister, now I know why my one and only hydrangea never blooms! Sigh.
I know, that's a bummer about old wood.I do have a bunch of hydrangeas that bloom on new wood but even though I love their blooms it is still not like the traditional hydrangeas.Last year was bad for a lot of my plants. A lot of my roses died way back.But my hostas keep going and going and going.
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