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AGA Truro showcases a comprehensive collection of AGA range cookers to suit every home and lifestyle, selected refrigeration products, as well as AGA Cookshop a fabulous collection of high performance cookware for all serious cooks. The nearest car parks are M&S car park, Garras Wharf or Old Bridge street, all less than a 5 minute walk away from the shop. If you have any questions about AGA cookers please call or text me on 07901 220101 and I will call you back. If you are unable to visit us during normal opening hours  we’d be happy to arrange an out of hours appointment at a  time that suits you, please call to arrange. I cannot think of any other plant that so defines the Cape Cod garden in July than the hydrangea. The genus Hydrangea is composed of four basic groups or species; Hydrangea macrophylla, the mophead and lacecaps, Hydrangea arborescens, the Annabelle family, Hydrangea quercufolia, oakleaf family and Hydrangea paniculata, PeeGee and family. Take heart, however, if you seek an array of blue, purples, pinks, and white as the nursery industry is now giving us a fabulous assortment of new varieties.
As with the mopheads and lace caps, we now have multiple choices for the Annabelles and PeeGee forms.
Finally, no discussion of hydrangea would be complete without the mention of the climbing hydangea, hydrangea petiolaris.
Finally, we come to the #1 question asked at garden centers: “when do I prune my hydrangeas”? About the Author: Elaine Johnson has been designing residential landscapes on Cape Cod and the South Shore for over 20 years. Cape Cod Volunteers, a non-profit organization, offers personal, confidential consulting about volunteer positions that might be right for you.
As I mentioned yesterday, I’m recently back from a blissful week away in Truro, MA on Cape Cod. With the sun going down at just gone five each day, there isn’t much day light anymore. They are super soft and comfortable, it wasn’t until I turned them inside out that I found how they managed to keep your toes so warm.
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This month everywhere one drives we can see an explosion of these beautiful blooms in all sorts of locations from strip malls, commercial offices, gas stations and, of course, in our residential landscapes.

All forms do exceedingly well here and the enthusiast can introduce them to the garden with an assurance of success.
I still can’t get over all the choices at my local garden centers, it’s like looking at a litter of puppies…you want them all! A favorite of mine in the “Incrediball” Annabelle with stronger stems to support those giant balls of white and the Limelight paniculatas that brighten up any space.
It blooms best in areas where summers are somewhat hot, but it is winter hardy farther north than the macrophylla (mophead). This vigorous strong vining plant features large  flat white blossoms, attractive foliage and cinnamon colored, exfoliating bark. The answer is you do not have to, but most of us do want to keep them compact and remove deadwood or rejuvenate old bushes to promote new basal growth.
She has a very strong background in creative design and project management for all phases of construction and installation. They have this brushed inside (it looks a bit like Russel Brand’s backcombed hair, only cleaner) which traps the air next to your skin and keeps you toasty.
Regular demonstrations are held throughout the year for all levels of AGA enthusiast, where you can discover how to get the most from an AGA heat storage cooker and have the chance to sample some delicious food.
About five years ago the “Endless Summer” brand of hydrangea macrophylla made it’s appearance on the market and has become for some a replacement for “Nikko Blue” as it is a repeat bloomer ( you simply dead head the spent blooms and a new crop will appear ). Speaking of the PeeGees, a signature plant for my own garden and of those I design is the standard form “Tardiva”. A tremendous advantage of the Oakleaf is that it can thrive in much dryer locations than its cousins. In the winter its structural form is attractive and the flowers dry to lacy skeletons for added interest.
Here is a very simple fact to remember, the macrophyllas and lacecaps set buds on old wood, meaning the buds for the coming season are forming this year! With an extensive knowledge of plant material suited to local growing conditions, she designs landscapes that have lasting beauty and integrity. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Wild Tide with appropriate and specific direction to the original content. I seem to be able to find room and, frankly, I have become “addicted” to this plant in its many varieties.

To insure that coloration many gardeners add aluminum sulfate but I have found this unnecessary. Fast on the heels of this introduction was the arrival of the “Forever and Ever” series featuring stunning blue and white flowers and this year a Lace Cap called “Forever and Ever Together’!
A wonderful little tree for vertical accent sporting large panicle blooms that fade to a reddish hue later in the season.
Mopheads struggle in my sandy soil, but the Oakleaf hydrangeas thrive with very little attention. One can not overlook the value of this spectacular climber in the garden as it will perform positioned on a north face, and I often plant it on a beautiful lattice panel next to the foundation on an expanse of blank house wall. If you prune later than late August or early September, you are removing the forming flowers for the following season! To learn more about Elaine and see a portfolio of her work please visit her website at Elaine M.
On the other hand to change a blue to pink one needs to sweeten the soil by adding lime, but believe me this takes forever as you are trying to alter the native soil chemistry. The repeat bloomer “Blushing Bride” is a must for your garden as it has lovely white blooms blushing to pink and keeps going well into late Fall. Oakleaf hydrangea, Hydrangea quercifolia is one of the few hydrangeas native to the United States (H.
Something I got this week that I’m already madly in love with, is this pair of Heat Holders from Sock Shop. These leaves often turn colors of brilliant red, orange, yellow and burgundy in the fall if planted in a sunny location with a little afternoon shade.
The Oakleaf hydrangea can tolerate and even thrive in much sunnier areas than the mophead and lacecaps (macrophyllas).

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