July 12 – 10 a.m.
Hydrangea Tour in the Gardens of Joy Creek Nursery & Their Use as Landscape Plants
Joy Creek Nursery houses a large collection of hydrangeas, not only the showy mop-head and lacecap types that are familiar to the public but also less common species, climbing forms and close relatives. Many of these shrubs are more than 20 years old in the garden and will be at their best in July. This tour is designed to acquaint gardeners with the large variety of hydrangeas that are available and to teach good cultural practices. Learn how to use them as not only specimens, but as landscape plants.
The tour begins in the cool of the morning at 10 a.m. and will include instructions and best practices for planting and care. Free and open to the public.
Maurice Horn is co-owner of Joy Creek Nursery. Hydrangeas are among his many plant passions. Come with your questions!
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