Hydrangea

Roses, Hydrangea, Margerites
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greenduck

While many people think of potted plants as something you have on a window-sill, garden expert Claus Dalby talks about how he uses potted plants outdoors, and combines them to create small still life tableaux.

Hydrangea
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greenduck

As soon as late frost becomes a thing of the past, it’s time to plant hydrangeas. To produce a long period of blossoming in hydrangeas, it’s essential to choose the right location.

Hydrangea
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greenduck

Hydrangea is a garden classic that offers so many options from ground cover all the way through to trees – yes really! There is also a wide range of flower types offering a choice of styles to suit every situation. But why hydrangea is such a global favourite, is the fact that success is (virtually) guaranteed.

Climbing plants
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greenduck

Many city dwellers dream of their own garden, a cultivated retreat where they can escape the crowds, noise, and stress — even if it’s only a balcony, rooftop terrace, or courtyard. Climbing plants are particularly well suited to creating a green oasis in a small space. They nestle right up to bare walls, fences, or railings and quickly transform brick and concrete into a green room full of life.

Hydrangea
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greenduck

Modern hydrangeas are truly multitalented. They blossom in glorious globes on balconies and terraces, their abundant slender stalks captures the eye's attention, and they combine well with other flower bed plants.

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Heinje

The Diderk Heinje Nursery will introduce the new Hydrangea Butterfly ® at this year's IPM. The attractive new plant has the potential to revitalize business this coming spring significantly.
Its scent attracts butterflies. This white Hydrangea paniculata variety Hydrangea Butterfly ® exudes a slightly sweet scent and attracts butterflies in large numbers. We had the plant with us in a bucket for testing some time ago and found that butterflies do like to fly up to it.

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