Oakleaf Hydrangeas Mid-Winter Old Wood: February 2023

One of the things in the garden that we didn't get this past season were ANY blooms on the stand of Alice Oakleaf Hydrangeas that are planted near the patio.  Rabbits ate 'em all up last Winter by gnawing on the tips.  This year? I used chicken wire to protect them.  And...a quick peek at them outside shows that the tips are all hanging on - out of reach of the dang! rabbits.  See below for a couple of mid-Winter shots. 

Leaves still hanging on, too. Way less than were on in mid-December.  But, as you can see...a bunch still there.  


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