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Hydrangeas impressive in garden setting

Published 07/10/2010, The Jamestown Sun

There are some flowering plants that seem to have been around forever. Plants such as the roses, lilacs, lilies, petunias, peonies, snapdragons and hydran-gea seem to stand out for me the most. It is the hydrangea plant that always puts me in awe with its enormous heads of creamy white flowers that seem to bloom in either shade or sun. Just like the lilacs, when these plants are in bloom, they take notice in the garden and become quite the focal point.

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