Blue is the most difficult color to find in the garden. Shades of purple abound, but true cerulean-the color of Hydrangea porcelain-is a rarity. Yet the blues that nature does deliver are extraordinary. Hydrangea flowers are produced from early spring to late autumn; they grow in flowerheads most often at the ends of the stems. Typically the flowerheads contain two types of flowers: small non-showy flowers in the center or interior of the flowerhead, and large, showy flowers with large colorful sepals. These showy flowers are often extended in a ring, or to the exterior of the small flowers.
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