I want to share some lovely images of different types of Hydrangeas I encountered while visiting a local garden—Lakewold Gardens. I love how some Hydrangea petal colors fade toward the end of their life span. It gives them a completely new look. Some even look like they’ve been bleached! Did you know that there are many different varieties of Hydrangeas? Most of us are familiar with the very popular Mophead varieties. Their giant blooms come in hues of reds, blues, and white. But there are many other varieties, such as Lacecap, Panicled, Oak Leaf, Double Flowered, to name a few. Below are some images of different Hydrangea varieties.
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