Oakleaf hydrangeas, botanically named Hydrangea quercifolia, deserve a spot in your garden for many reasons. Reason #1: They offer four seasons of interest. Large, dark green, lobed leaves resembling those of an oak emerge in spring. Huge cone-shaped flowers begin creamy-white in summer and blush shades of dusty pink in fall. It’s a standout in… Continue reading Oakleaf Hydrangeas
Even though the flowers are fading in my landscape, color abounds. Take a walk with me through my gardens in November. Fall foliage, in all the shades of autumn, are on display. While flashy foliage is the main attraction throughout the landscape, there are some flowers that have yet to receive the news it is… Continue reading Take a walk through the November garden with me.