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Focus on Hydrangea

Hydrangeas provide late summer/early autumn colour in the garden. This feature contains mainly Hydrangea paniculata cultivars that morph and change colour adding interest to the fading garden.


GAP Photos/Jacky Hobbs - Styling: Jacky Hobbs

Feature No:   4118 

Qty of Images:    65 


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Images illustrate the colour and form differences of a wide selection of hydrnageas, with images to show styling and ultimately drying and preserving the flowers which perpetuate both on the stem and once cut. From rich to pale, plums and burgundy through to rose pinks, lilacs, blues, greens and cream there’s a whole palette of colours to choose from. Watch with fascination as blooms change colour almost before your eyes, a floriferous cavalcade to match any autumn leaf colour. Specimens are from the red-brick, walled gardens at Darley Park. Notes on cultivation and the best varieties to grow, tips on drying, arranging and preserving are available.



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