Pamela Crawford is on the set of GardenSMART TV, helping with landscape makeover.
Hydrangeas are one of her favorite flowers, she loves the huge blooms. There are many different kinds but many bloom only once a year for maybe a month. There are new re-blooming hydrangeas that bloom not only in the spring but also in the fall. As far as Pamela knows this is the 1st lace cap, the hydrangea with the flatter flower, that does re-bloom. It has great name - Let's Dance Starlight - and provides much needed color in shade.
To learn more about hydrangeas visit the link below or visit Pamela's web site also at the link below.
Steve Asbell, freelance writer, blogger and illustrator.
Photographs Steve Asbell
It seems that ‘under the mistletoe’ is the hottest place to be for the holidays, and ‘kissing balls’ of mistletoe have adorned homes at least since the days of Victorian England. Unfortunately, real mistletoe is highly poisonous and it dies the moment it’s cut from the branch of its host tree. That’s where mistletoe cactus comes into its own.
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