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Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle'

  • Season Icon Early AutumnEarly Autumn 2020
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jpea

Really pleased how this has done from a cutting taken earlier this year

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anges

Brilliant! 👍

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pelly

It looks really healthy, well done 👍

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  • Season Icon Early SummerEarly Summer 2020
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jpea

She's nearly ready to present herself

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  • Season Icon Mid AutumnMid Autumn 2019
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jpea

Morning everyone on bright but chilly day. The lone bloom left on my hydrangea is still very pretty

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anges

That's a really pretty one 👌

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jpea

Thanks Ange, another plant likely to be moved 🙂 @anges

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flof1952

Morning Jeremy. 3°C and quite breezy here at the moment. Need to finish mulching my DAHLIAS so hoping it stays dry 👋🙂

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suerichards

They have done well this year 👌

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jpea

Morning Pauline here there's white lawns and brown leaves on the roses. The garden is settling in for winter @flof1952 👋👋

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jpea

Morning Sue This year the roses, cosmos and hydrangea have been exceptional, a real sight for sure eyes 🙂👋👋

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pelly

My Lime Rickey has three new flowers on, see what I mean about my garden, it’s totally crazy 🤔🤔

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jpea

And my rose Wedgwood has still got buds forming, plain weird @pelly

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  • Season Icon Early SpringEarly Spring 2018
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jpea

I went on a pruning course in March at Harlow Carr and 'acquired'(with permission of course) a couple of cuttings, it looks as if I may have been very lucky as this appears to have rooted... Yay!

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jendren

That’s a great idea. I wonder if they do then here? Must ask local Nat Trust

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Keely

Oooh fabulous 👌😄

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  • Season Icon Early SpringEarly Spring 2018
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jpea

Not mine yet but a cutting I got (i.e. a stick stuck in my #bed2jpea ) hopefully will root and in a couple of years look like this 🙏😊

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euphorbia

I have one grown from a cutting that has grown quite quickly. A word of warning, I lost the parent plant as something stripped the bark off, probably snails. Good luck with yours.

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jpea

Thanks for the warning Jennifer , I'll keep an eye on it. It's a month or so late to plant a softwood cutting but with the weather we're having it might as well be January 😏 @euphorbia

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