September 4, 2009

Hydrangea paniculata "Limelight" - pruned in March


See how beautifully it spreads the flowers, after being pruned in conical shape.

On below picture I am showing how I have pruned it beginning of March and how does it bloom today.


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First picture shows how it looked like in the Spring of 2008, right before first pruning.

7 comments:

Nicole said...

Very pretty!

Carolyn Parker said...

Lovely. I envy the cool climates where these thrive.

Urban Green said...

Beautiful beautiful snaps...just added you in. see you around.

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Mr. McGregor's Daughter said...

Ah, yes, pruning for shape - what a good idea. I should try it sometime. ;^) Your Hydrangea looks lovely, just the thing for late summer/early autumn beauty.

Roses and stuff said...

You obviously did the r ight thing - it's now got a beautiful shape!

Darla said...

I always wondered about pruning hydrangeas...come see my miracle.

Darla said...

I always wondered about pruning hydrangeas...come see my miracle.

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