You have to see how cleverly Martha Stewart uses hydrangea flowers

You have to see how cleverly Martha Stewart uses hydrangea flowers

It's easy to understand the enduring appeal of climbing hydrangeas. The lush mix of foliage and white flowers is often used to cover certain areas of fences and, in some cases, the wall of a house. However, in Martha's case, it is used as a cover-up Tree trunks.

“I planted my first climbing hydrangea on my farm to cover the trunks of large sugar maples and spruce trees growing near houses,” says the lifestyle mogul. “For many years, the chests were completely hidden, and now they look like what the forest depicted in William Henry Hudson’s novel Green Mansions.”

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