Shape & Style
A mainstay in gardens across the country during the warm months, there are few flowers as recognizable as the hydrangea. From pom-poms of deep blue to white-budded blooms, these comely flowers take form in many sizes and colors, with three major shapes prevalent across the United States.
Lacecaps feature a grouping of tiny flowers encircled by larger, showier flowers. Mopheads, perhaps the most popular shape, are defined by flowers that form an orb of color, peppering bushes of wide green leaves. Panicle hydrangeas feature flowers that grow into an elongated shape similar to a cone. Wendy’s well-tended garden shows off some of each for a charming array of color and shape among a sea of lush green leaves.