Flowering Shrubs - Hydrangeas

 

Hydrangeas are often considered the empress among flowering shrubs in formal and cottage gardens. Like living spheres of blooms, they have been used to grace cut floral arrangements for generations.
 
One of the most appealing characteristic of hydrangeas is their colour varieties. Depending on the PH balance of the soil in which they are grown, they range from alabaster whites, blushing pinks, sky blues and deep purples. Hydrangea plants bloom in early spring and last into mid-summer. Botanists have also developed a hybrid which will re-bloom in the fall and continue until first frost. These flowering shrubs are often planted as complimentary backdrops to other perennials and annuals in flower beds and along fences. They can be small orbs or large snowballs that permeate the garden with gentle perfume.
 
As a cut flower, they can be cut short and clumped together in a simply gorgeous arrangement. Hydrangeas may also be appropriately used in large arrangements as highlights. They add fullness and height for the arrangement with several different flowers. They are the epitome of spring and can be used as Mother’s Day gifts or carried in a bridal bouquet. These beauties are easy to cut and can also be used to greatly enhance dried floral arrangements.
 
As potted plants they are often given as gifts to be enjoyed in the home or to be replanted in the garden. Whether it is as gift or just given to say how special someone is, hydrangea plants offer many floral ideas. Their classical beauty will continue to charm gardens and homes for years to come. 
We have a great selection of fresh flowers available online today so, why not visit the online store today and surprise someone today with a beautiful bouquet of flowers from bloomingamazing.ie 
Hydrangeas are often considered the empress among flowering shrubs in formal and cottage gardens. Like living spheres of blooms, they have been used to grace cut floral arrangements for generations.
 
One of the most appealing characteristic of hydrangeas is their colour varieties. Depending on the PH balance of the soil in which they are grown, they range from alabaster whites, blushing pinks, sky blues and deep purples. Hydrangea plants bloom in early spring and last into mid-summer. Botanists have also developed a hybrid which will re-bloom in the fall and continue until the first frost. These flowering shrubs are often planted as complimentary backdrops to other perennials and annuals in flower beds and along fences. They can be small orbs or large snowballs that permeate the garden with gentle perfume.
Flowering Shrubs
 
As a cut flower, they can be cut short and clumped together in a simply gorgeous arrangement. Hydrangeas may also be appropriately used in large arrangements as highlights. They add fullness and height for the arrangement with several different flowers. They are the epitome of spring and can be used as Mother’s Day gifts or carried in a bridal bouquet. These beauties are easy to cut and can also be used to greatly enhance dried floral arrangements.
 
As potted plants they are often given as gifts to be enjoyed in the home or to be replanted in the garden. Whether it is as gift or just given to say how special someone is, hydrangea plants offer many floral ideas. Their classical beauty will continue to charm gardens and homes for years to come. 
 
Blooming Amazaing Flower Company is an award winning florist with locations in Ranelagh Dublin 6 and Foxrock Dublin 18.We have a great selection of fresh flowers available online today so, why not visit the online store today and surprise someone today with a beautiful bouquet of flowers. If you need  advice on choosing flowers or are looking for an expert to design floral arrangements, do not hesitate to contact Blooming Amazing Flower Company, your local Dublin Florist.
 

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