Hydrangeas have the reputation for being difficult. Cold winters or incorrect pruning often lead to plants without flowers. Some varieties were developed for florists and don't grow well in a garden. Some are prone to wilting when grown in full sun.
The solution is to start with the right hydrangea. This playlist features hydrangeas that are very hardy, very easy to grow and certain to reward you with loads of blooms, year after year. You cannot go wrong with these Proven Winners.
Are you looking for smaller shrubs that take up less space and require less pruning? These dwarf and mini shrubs just might be the answer. They are great for mixing in with your perennials or planted in decorative containers for your deck or patio.