The winter of 2014 was cruel to the Hydrangea gardens in zone 7a and 7b and other zones, which experienced record cold temperatures and multiple late freezes and frosts damaging hydrangea buds of macrophyllas and serratas and even some quercifolias.
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Please mark your calendars to save this important date!!! Saturday, June 14th, 2014 will be the 20th Annual AHS Garden Tour from 9 am to 5 pm (rain or shine). We have 7 beautiful gardens lined up for your touring pleasure in the Atlanta Metro area. The tour will feature the genus Hydrangea in several different types of settings in gardens both large and small.
“We need a bigger, deeper Hydrangea macrophylla gene pool!” – Dr. Tim Rinehart
On Tuesday, April 22nd, come hear our speaker, plant geneticist, Dr. Tim Rinehart.
It all began in 1993 at the Southeastern Flower Show when I first met my dear friend and mentor, Penny McHenry, our illustrious AHS founder.
As the leaves begin to fall, it is time to clean up after the summer and plant new hydrangeas! I would like to take this opportunity to thank you, every single one, for the support and kindness you have shown me these last 4 years.
On Tuesday, February 25th, our speaker for the Winter 2014 Meeting will be noted garden designer, Tara Dillard.
On Tuesday, October 22nd, please join the American Hydrangea Society at the Fall Membership Meeting.
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As the buds appear on our hydrangeas, it must be time for the Garden Tour! We were blessed with no late freeze this year so the flowers should be bursting forth soon. 'Endless Summer' has been popping out all over Atlanta, as has 'Annabelle'. I was late in dead heading faded flowers, and had to push through the new growth to cut out all of my dead branches, of which I had many.