Some varieties of Hydrangea Hydrangea macrophylla resemble the wild
forms which have fertile flowers with stamens and pistils, surrounded by a
ring of sterile flowers made up of coloured sepals to attract pollinating
insects to the flowering head. Most of the cultivated varieties of
Hydrangea have blooms made up of just the sterile flowers and plants
are propagated by cuttings rather than by seed. MORE!
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