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Pom Pom Bush?

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Thanks Peeps.
Franc on Doc's other forum told me it was a limelight hydrangea.
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Thanks Peeps.
Franc on Doc's other forum told me it was a limelight hydrangea.
You're welcome Sass. Is that what the actual bush looks like? The picture is far away so I hope I got it right.
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Yes that's what it looks like.
This is what Franc said about it.
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Limelight hydrangea

There are both bush and ornamental tree varieties
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Pretty blossoms! I have a white hydrangea in my front yard, too, but the blossoms on my variety are more conical-shaped.

They are starting to turn pink now as they dry out.

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