Hydrangeas for full sun

Discover the best hydrangea varieties that thrive in full sun gardens. Add vibrant color and stunning blooms to your outdoor space with these top hydrangea ideas.
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Thinking of planting some hydrangeas but aren't sure if they can take full sun? Well the good news is, there's actually plenty of different hydrangea varieties that are sun tolerant! In this article, gardening expert Jill Drago takes a deeper look at her favorite full sun hydrangea varieties.

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Donna O'Hara

Are you thinking of planting hydrangeas in your garden, but aren't sure if they prefer full sun or partial shade? Better yet, can they grow in fully shaded areas? While the answer to these questions is often variety dependent, there's some good general guidelines you can adhere to. In this article, gardening expert Jill Drago examines if your hydrangeas need full sun, partial shade, or if they can live in full shade.

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Vickie Warren-Atchison
Skye Hamilton • Home & Garden • Hydrangea Queen on Instagram: "In my opinion, the very best thing about using smooth hydrangeas in a front landscape, is the ability to prune them back so much in the winter. Smooth hydrangeas can take the hardest prune of any variety. I cut mine to between 15 -18 inches after we reach full dormancy ( consistently under 32° at night). Because I’ve planted wintergem boxwoods in front of them, they are camouflaged during the winter. I have @provenwinners Incrediballs across my front porch, but there are other smooth varieties to choose from. They can take full sun in zones 6a and lower, but need late afternoon and evening shade in 6b and higher. #hydrangeaqueen #ShareYourGarden #MyGardenThisMonth #HomeAndGarden #HomeAndGardenIG #Garden.ig #MyGardenToday #Gard Inspiration, Exterior, Nature, Instagram, Full Sun Plants, Full Sun Hydrangea, Hydrangea Bush Landscaping, When To Prune Hydrangeas, Hydrangea Landscaping

Skye Hamilton • Home & Garden • Hydrangea Queen on Instagram: "In my opinion, the very best thing about using smooth hydrangeas in a front landscape, is the ability to prune them back so much in the winter. Smooth hydrangeas can take the hardest prune of any variety. I cut mine to between 15 -18 inches after we reach full dormancy ( consistently under 32° at night). Because I’ve planted wintergem boxwoods in front of them, they are camouflaged during the winter. I have @provenwinners…

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Ashley Smith