Hydrangeas are something of a garden design rock star. Ideas they include always have a unique and inimitable character.
You can achieve a lot with hydrangeas in the garden. These beautiful flowers can add structure to your garden and you can add accents to your outdoor space. Hydrangeas always appear in an interesting way, no matter what season you are in.
Today we’ll turn our attention back to them, but we won’t be particularly practical. The species that will be discussed in this article are not very common in our country. They grow well in other climatic conditions.
Nevertheless, we want to show you how fascinating hydrangeas are
This knowledge alone can serve as inspiration to choose a species that suits our climate. Do you see it the same way?
In other words, we’re going to dream a little today. We would rise above reality and imagine how we could fill and decorate a garden with amazing, exotic hydrangeas.
The magnificent “Hokomathyst” hydrangea
The practical side
Light up the garden
White is fundamental to the garden. That’s why it’s very important to have plenty of this color there. Garden design ideas with hydrangeas provide this effect. Its rich texture makes it all the more amazing.
Strawberry Sundae variety
Choosing the right kind of hydrangea
The hydrangeas come in different colors and textures. Mix and match them for a smooth transition or go for the same variety for a monochromatic look. Either strategy could bring you success. However, make sure that you have found the right spot for each type of hydrangea.
Some of the most beautiful hydrangeas…
Snowball Hydrangea Annabelle for softness
If softness is what you love most of all about hydrangea, then you’ve surely seen the Annabelle snowball hydrangea. This is exactly how you achieve this effect.
Hydrangea arborescens Haas Halo cultivar
This variety was selected by a professor at the University of Pennsylvania. Their flowers are also very gentle. However, this variety is also easy to care for. It is heat and drought tolerant.
Snow Queen – Hydrangea
Snow Queen Hydrangea is particularly appropriate for garden design ideas. It also integrates the neutral beige. This nuance and white come out wonderfully with their flowers over the great green leaves.
Gatsby Gal Hydrangea
The next hydrangea we are going to show you today is called Gatsby Gal. Oak and soft pink are combined here and a delightful look is achieved.
Gartsby Moon Hydrangea
Densely packed flowers ensure a uniquely magnificent appearance.
Gatsby Star Hydrangea
The Gatsby Star Hydrangea has flowers that are quite widely spaced. You mix white and green. Thus, they can be integrated into various garden design ideas that are monochrome and benefit above all from these two nuances.
This variety shows very interesting four-leaf flowers. They look extraordinarily upscale. That’s probably where her name comes from. Ice Cristal Hydrangea soars up into the air and draws interest.
Little Lamb Hydrangea
There are endless varieties of wonderful plants for your garden design, which you can find on the market under the generic term hydrangea. We want to devote our special attention to one variety. This is the Little Lamb variety. It has beautiful, densely growing pink flowers. These develop wonderfully in a plant container and will decorate your garden for a long time!
If you want to do some research, which of these hydrangeas might be suitable for your garden design. Apart from that, however: which hydrangea varieties would you choose if you were to design a dream garden that does not depend on the climate?
The exotic Serrata Preziosa
The pink beauty of the ‘Tuff Stuff’ hydrangea
Gentle purple flowers
The sugar-sweet Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea