Saturday, June 20, 2009
Hydrangea arborescens 'Hayes Starburst'...another cultivar of a native plant
Its seems that at last north Americans have begun to use our own flora; there's been a virtual explosion of selection, hybridization, and naming of native plant cultivars. They better be good because "purists" have no use for them and the rest of the gardening public will judge them impartially? so that they have to mesure up against long establish selections. I don't think theres any doubt that many people will have a place in their gardens for this easy, fast-growing, dependable shrub that will grow and bloom well in a bit of shade.
Posted by ChrisU at 4:31 AM