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Image of Hordeum jubatum photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Foxtail Barley, Wild Barley)

Hordeum comprises some 30 species of annual and perennial grasses from the world's temperate zones. The genus includes one of civilization's most important grains, common barley (Hordeum vulgare), as well as several noxious weeds.

The flat, rolled, or split leaf blades of these clumping grasses are alternately borne on lax to upright, short to tall stems. Leaf color is light- to medium-green or blue-green. In spring or summer, dense, linear to oblong, spike-like clusters...

Image of Hordeum vulgare photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Barley)

Hordeum comprises some 30 species of annual and perennial grasses from the world's temperate zones. The genus includes one of civilization's most important grains, common barley (Hordeum vulgare), as well as several noxious weeds.

The flat, rolled, or split leaf blades of these clumping grasses are alternately borne on lax to upright, short to tall stems. Leaf color is light- to medium-green or blue-green. In spring or summer, dense, linear to oblong, spike-like clusters...

(Bliss Hydrangea, Hydrangea)

This super hardy, compact hydrangea has big, showy, lacecap type blooms and excellent fall foliage color. Bliss™ ('Sweet Carol') was introduced by Hines Nurseries, Inc. of Irvine, California and combines some of the best characteristics of its two parents, mountain hydrangea (Hydrangea serrata ‘Blue Billow’) and bigleaf hydrangea (Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Lanarth White’). It is a tidy deciduous shrub with a large mounding habit.

Large, toothed leaves cover this shrub throughout...

(Big Smile Hydrangea, Hydrangea)

This pretty hydrangea has big, showy, lacecap type blooms, burgundy stems and excellent fall foliage color. Big Smile™ ('Sweet Chris’) was introduced by Hines Nurseries, Inc. of Irvine, California and combines some of the best characteristics of its two parents, mountain hydrangea (Hydrangea serrata) and bigleaf hydrangea (Hydrangea macrophylla). It is a tidy deciduous shrub with a large mounding habit.

Large, toothed leaves cover this shrub throughout the growing season. They...

Image of Hydrangea arborescens photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Smooth Hydrangea)

There is no better shrub for woodland gardens. The resilient and beautiful smooth hydrangea is a deciduous shrub native to the forests of the eastern United States. In the wild, it has a more rangy, open habit, but once nurtured in a garden setting it is elegant and lovely, especially forms with large, sterile mophead flower clusters.

Large, oval, coarsely serrated leaves of medium to dark green cover smooth hydrangea throughout the warm season and turn shades of lemon yellow and brown in fall....

Image of Hydrangea arborescens

James H. Schutte

(Annabelle Hydrangea, Smooth Hydrangea)

This classic hydrangea is known for its stunning display of huge, rounded, creamy white flower clusters borne on compact, vigorous plants in summer. Much showier than the species, ‘Annabelle’ is a form of smooth hydrangea, a deciduous shrub native to woodland areas of the eastern United States. It forms a dense, rounded clump of large, dark green, oval-shaped leaves which taper to a point and have coarsely serrated edges. The globe-like flower clusters appear on the stem tips in early summer,...

(Smooth Hydrangea, White Dome® Hydrangea)

Perhaps the finest of shrubs for a woodland garden. The robust and beautiful White Dome® hydrangea is a deciduous shrub native to the forests of the eastern United States. Its botanical cultivar name is 'Dardom'.

Large, oval, coarsely serrated leaves of medium to dark green cover this hydrangea throughout the warm season and turns shades of lemon yellow and brown in fall. The yellow color seems to be better when fall temperatures are warmer and cool slowly. In summer, dense, dome-like flower...

Image of Hydrangea arborescens

Jesse Saylor

(Smooth Hydrangea)

This classic hydrangea is known for its stunning display of large, rounded to irregular, creamy white flower clusters borne on compact, vigorous plants in summer. Much showier than the species, ‘Grandiflora’ produces smaller and less symmetrical flower clusters than 'Annabelle'. Both are varieties of smooth hydrangea, a deciduous shrub native to woodland areas of the eastern United States. It forms a dense, rounded clump of large, dark green, oval-shaped leaves which taper to a point and have coarsely...

Image of Hydrangea arborescens

James Burghardt

(Hayes Starburst Smooth Hydrangea, Smooth Hydrangea)

This rounded, mound-forming hydrangea shrub is known for its stunning display of huge, rounded, creamy white flowers clusters borne on compact, vigorous plants in summer. A semi-double flowering form, ‘Hayes Starburst’ is a form of smooth hydrangea, a deciduous shrub native to woodland areas of the eastern United States. This cultivar was a chance seedling discovered by Hayes Jackson of Anniston, Alabama. It forms a dense, rounded clump of large, dark green, oval-shaped leaves which taper to a point...

Image of Hydrangea arborescens ssp. radiata photo by: Pride of Place Plants, Inc.

Pride of Place Plants, Inc.

(Silver-leaved Hydrangea)

Few flowering shrubs are better for woodland gardens. The resilient and beautiful silver-leaved hydrangea is a deciduous shrub native to the forests of the eastern United States. In the wild, it has a more rangy, open habit, but once nurtured in a garden setting it is more compact and densely in habit. This is a natural subspecies of the smooth hydrangea.

Large, oval, coarsely serrated leaves of medium to dark green cover silver-leaved hydrangea. The leaf undersides are powdery white to silver,...