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CheerfulandLiterate

A semi-urban plant hoarder in Ontario, Canada.

Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle'

  • Season Icon Early SummerEarly Summer 2020
  • Like Count 42
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CheerfulandLiterate

Huge already. Almost in full bloom. 💚🤍💚

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jmlincoln

Wowzers!!

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debsgarden99

Massive and lovely

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Kelliann

Wow, that’s a big meatball

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anges

👀👀👀😍

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CheerfulandLiterate

@jmlincoln @debsgarden99 @Kelliann @anges Thanks, ladies! Wish I could take some credit but this has to be the lowest maintenance plant ever! Just does it’s own thing, perfectly, every single year! 🙂

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  • Season Icon Early SummerEarly Summer 2019
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CheerfulandLiterate

I cannot believe how insanely large my hydrangea are this year! 💚 This flower is close to the size of my head!

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ambitiouswolf

Mine have done well this year too. Think it was all the extra rain we got this year.

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ublaszko

My rose flowers are like that this year. Incredible!

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gjones

Very impressive! Such a beautiful flower 😍

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KariSamuel

Mine are huge too! I will post and tag you! As big as my head!!

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Kelliann

I would love to get one but they are so big I don’t have a spot. Are they full sun?

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CheerfulandLiterate

@Kelliann Mine are in part-shade. They are next to a fence and part-way under a medium-sized tree. I would encourage you to try this variety or a similar one in part-shade. They are quite hearty, and while they can get large, they are extremely easy to cut back. No more than five minutes each fall.

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  • Season Icon Early SummerEarly Summer 2018
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CheerfulandLiterate

Still a bit green, but almost there! #hydrangea

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gjones

She's big and beautiful

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suerichards

Gorgeous 👍

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  • Season Icon Early SummerEarly Summer 2017
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CheerfulandLiterate

I love the coloured varieties, but I think white hydrangeas have their own charm.

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gjones

Do you know the name of this variety- it's Very pretty!😊

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CheerfulandLiterate

@gjones The species is Hydrangea arborescens (smooth hydrangea). It's very low maintenance. 👌🏽 I'm not sure what the variety is, unfortunately.

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yourturn

It's looks like an Annabelle Hydrangea@cheerfulandLiterate

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