Tree form Hydrangeas are seen here planted on top of one of many stone retaining walls at our historic restoration project in Easton, Pa. These trees produces huge, conical trusses (up to 18″ long) of double flowers that are rich creamy white and fade gradually to pink and then brown in late summer. The tree flowers on new growth, so late winter or early spring is the best time to prune the overall shape or to remove any stems damaged during the winter. PeeGee Hydrangea is one of the best varieties for cutting and for drying.
This lower retaining wall supports the newly created terrace we developed off the existing side porch. Great effort was made to ensure the stone and joint style of the new wall was an exact match to the existing stone on the house.
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