Remember these Everlasting Summer Hydrangeas?
These bright blue beauties from early July now look like this:
As the bloom ages, it fades to this beautiful green. I promise it is the same plant. Scout’s honor.
By fall they will dry themselves and be ready to cut for indoor beauty all winter long.
A delicious bouquet!
Besides what I take for cuttings, I don’t prune my plants until the spring. By then I can see which stems are dead and which have new life. Then I just prune off all the dead stuff and these happy campers proliferate.
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