the architectural beauty of plants in winter is so lost to many. thanks for sharing!Susanhttp://susan-chicdaisy.blogspot.com/
Thanks, Tim. I use this plant a lot in landscapes I design here in Vermont as well as in my own yard. Mary
Enjoyed your presentation Saturday at the Garden Conference in Grand Haven.
Hydrangeas have the best winter interest. Here's one of my Pinky Winkys, from a month or so ago, also in Michigan: http://i180.photobucket.com/albums/x158/unprofessionality/Winter%202009-2010/IMG_0517.jpg
Thanks for your comments. White Dome is not a plant for retail, but those doing landscape design should know it and use it. It has big flowers compared to the wild type, and big bold dark green leaves. It is very easy to grow, but takes about three years to hit it's stride and looks it's best.
Nice video... yours came out a lot better than mine. Although, I guess when you actually hold the video camera it gives you some sort of advantage!
Thanks Dirty Girl. You're right a steady hand makes for a better video. I'm thinking about getting serious about video and starting a weekly Videoblog. Not that I'm great at video but peole do like it and is not as time consuming as writing. More to follow.
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