Landscape Hydrangea House
When i shared this photo with friends and family many thought it was my house.
Landscape hydrangea house. Bright pink or fuschia hydrangeas along the side of a walkway. Hydrangeas come in so many varieties and sizes you can grow appropriate one according to your climate and zone. Example of hydrangeas growing along the front of a home. Hydrangeas have a long blooming time and beautiful display of flowers so planting them outside your house in the front garden is a good idea to create an alluring vista.
My inspiration photo for my front flower bed. I have the same stone and with time will have the same boxwood hedge and hydrangeas. Normally hydrangeas are softer colour but here is an example of bright vibrant hydrangeas. The hydrangea flowers look like soft colourful pillows floating on top of the fence.
Use hydrangeas with vivid colors to brighten up dry or drab areas in your landscape. Landscaping with hydrangeas the hydrangeas are a landscape resource of the first order. Incorporating flowering plant hydrangea is one of the popular ways to landscape your garden area. These hydrangeas are sited just above a dry stream bed so they won t drown when it rains.
They need more water than most shrubs so you may want to add an irrigation system to keep them happy however they don t like soggy soil and need good drainage. Because of their size their foliage and their flowering can completely transform the appearance of any garden. Hydrangeas have a long flowering period and their flowers are also colorful and exuberant. I love a beautiful boxwood garden and love it even more with flowering hydrangeas.