"for quick coverage in paths: blue star creeper/ for by water feature: baby tears and chocolate ajuga/ for erosion hillside: rubus / for long lasting bright blue: lithodora / for shade: small hostas, ferns and tricolor ajugas, / for sun stonecrop,…"
"when I want to upload a picture in this comment box (clicking on the camera icon right above here in the 'toolbox'.....all I get is gobbledygook and not my picture...anyone else with similar problem?"
"Hey, Tim...I don't spend alot of time on here....probably will a little more now that the weather has changed. But I agree with you: I can't believe there's not more members on this group! I love heuchera, heucherella and tiarella…"
HAHA! No, What a hoot! I'm not a violent person by nature until it comes to earwigs. Well, and sometimes some other things that eat wholes in things. So the straw in the pots sure apealed to the gotcha side of me. By the way, welcome. It's lots of fun. Most of us in here together trying to figure out the best way to do all kinds of things and loving every minute of it.
A place to connect with other hydrangea aficionados. It is a bit of a challenge to grow hydrangeas in zone 6b but in those lucky, mild winter years I am rewarded with stunning displays. Forums below contain useful info for easy reference.See More