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Landscaping Ideas with Hydrangeas

Landscaping Ideas 

Hydrangeas are one of the most beautiful evergreen flowers. Besides its exotic beauty, this flower is one of the most easily maintained shrubs. After flowering, they can keep their flowers for a long time and you can bring them into your home by cutting them. That is why this flower is preferred by many to grow in recent years.

If you are looking for ideas to decorate your home in full bloom with colorful and vibrant flowers, Hydrangeas are our recommendation today. Here is a list of beautiful pictures from the best designs of this flower that can bring the best beauty to your home. Whether it is your backyard, front yard, or path, it will give you a place to enjoy the scenic beauty.

 1 Beautiful house with colorful hydrangeas

Hydrangeas have a long flowering time and the flowers look beautiful, so planting them in the front garden of your house is a good idea to create an attractive vista.

Privacy seat with 2 hydrangeas

Hydrangeas come in many varieties and sizes, and you can grow them to suit your climate and climate. Hydrangea, due to its dense evergreen growth, is a good plant if you want to hide anything for privacy.

3 Grow hydrangeas near walls or borders

Beautiful and colorful! Grow hydrangeas near the walls or borders of your garden. Hydrangeas come in cool colors and cool hues when used near borders, borders, and walls, creating the illusion of expanded space.

4 Grow hydrangeas in 4 pots

Grow hydrangeas in pots to add color to the smallest areas of your garden and home, another benefit is that you can keep them indoors during the frost.

5 Hydrangea fence

Grow hydrangeas near your garden fence to hide the ugly and boring look. You can also grow a climbing hydrangea, although it grows slowly, but grows just like other climbers.

6 Grow hydrangeas in containers

Hydrangea is suitable for growing in a small patio, terrace, or balcony garden. You can grow them in ornamental gardens and luxury containers and display them in the most visible part of your garden.

7 Hydrangea Path

A spectacular view of hydrangea blossoms across the sidewalk. Since garden paths are separate/empty, you can add some color to them by growing hydrangeas with them.

8 mini hydrangea pot

You do not need a garden to grow hydrangea, you can keep it alone in a place that gets full sun, but create a beautiful view in the afternoon shade.

9 hanging hydrangea basket

Hydrangeas are a bit difficult to grow in hanging baskets, but nothing is impossible. In hanging baskets, they resemble enchanting and colorful chandeliers.

10 white hydrangeas for the front garden

The white hydrangeas are quiet and complete the simplicity of this front garden. Hydrangea garden borders are elegant and attractive and add charm in summer.

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