Photo: Pixabay. Hydrangeas add beauty to any landscape. They have attractive foliage and produce large, striking blossoms. Hydrangeas are also hardy, insect, and disease resistant, and versatile. They grow well in a variety of soils and tolerate wetness better than most other woody plants.
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You asked for it and you got it: a list of the most-loved perennials for Zone 3. These perennials are the stars of the garden, blooming year after year and delighting their owners every time. Pick these winners up at your nearest garden centre, or ask a friend with a more established garden if you can dig up a few. A huge thank you and shout out to the gardeners in the Gardening in Saskatchewan Facebook group!
The white flower clusters of this summer-blooming shrub add a fresh note of color to the landscape. It blooms on branches that grow in the current season, so even a harsh winter does not stop the flower show. The flowers are held upright on sturdy stems and contrast nicely with the green foliage.
Beloved by gardeners far and wide, hydrangeas offer beautiful bouquets of clustered flowers. With their flamboyant flower-heads in cool blue, pink or white, hydrangeas are one of the signature blooms of the summertime garden. Traditionally a shrub for shady garden beds or side paths, hydrangeas have spread their wings in recent years, with a bunch of new sun-loving varieties appearing on the scene.