New Hydrangeas for North and Central Florida: Bigleaf and Mountain Hydrangeas
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How to Cite

Knox, Gary W. 2006. “New Hydrangeas for North and Central Florida: Bigleaf and Mountain Hydrangeas: ENH1034/EP287, 3/2006”. EDIS 2006 (11). Gainesville, FL.


ENH-1034, a 5-page fact sheet by Gary W. Knox, describes new cultivars of this shade-preferring shrub which has re-emerged as an important garden plant, providing explanation and history of reflowering cultivars, as well as other notable non-reflowering cultivars that are being marketed in the U.S. Published by the UF Environmental Horticulture Department, March 2006.


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