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- From Ancient Greek ὕδωρ (hydor, "water") and ἄγγος (aggos, "jar") after the shape of its fruits. Named by botanist Carl von Linnaeus (1707-1778). (Wiktionary)
“Finally the PeeGee hydrangea, Hydrangea paniculata ‘Grandiflora’, blooms are fully open and will color to a nice pinky brown as the seasons turn to cooler weather.”
“Just to the right of Arnold is the standard trained PeeGee hydrangea, Hydrangea paniculata ‘Grandiflora’ looking the best it ever has.”
“Casual gardeners may envision low shrubs with puffball blooms in shades of pink and blue, but these so-called mophead hydrangeas—technically known as Hydrangea macrophylla—are only the most common varietal out there, and in my experience, aren't reliable bloomers.”
“After all, there is no guarantee that I will be able to afford one of the super-expensive, diversity-focused schools where most of the affluent lesbian feminists send the sons they decided to name Hydrangea.”
“Several years ago, I finally ventured into trimming the most obvious candidates, starting with the tall hydrangeas called Hydrangea paniculata, the ones with big, white conical flowers.”
“The Limelight is a different species called Hydrangea paniculata.”
“Another kind of hydrangea I love is the oakleaf type Hydrangea quercifolia.”
“The first is an old-fashioned variety called Annabelle, part of the Hydrangea arborescens family.”
“Admire the burlap on this Hydrangea 'Preziosa' in the morning sunlight ...”
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