Garden: Limelight Hydrangea For Northern Climates

This is a limelight hydrangea. In the earlier part of the summer, it is a lime green and then turns to a pink as it gets closer to fall. It is very easy to care for and always blooms for zone 5 where most hydrangeas do not.


By laniegirl from Iowa

light hydrangea flowers


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For those of you who have a hard time growing hydrangeas because you are too far north, this hydrangea will survive and perform beautifully. It is called "Limelight". It is white now and then towards autumn, the flowers turn a soft pink. They are great for drying too! Just put them in a vase and let them dry on their own. Then you can use hair spray on them to keep them even better.


By Elaine from Iowa

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