now that many roses have finished their first bloom, it is time for the hydrangeas to show their full beauty. Except one, which is planted in a flower bed, I cultivate all my hydrangeas in large pots and they have been doing great for years now. Apart from needing a lot of water on sunny days and some fertilizer in spring, they are very easy to maintain. They do much better in shady spots than in sunny ones, thus, they beautify shady spaces in the garden, in which plants such as roses might not grow. They are all "Endless Summer Hydrangeas" and as the name indicates, repeat flowering throughout summer as long as you cut back the old blooms.
They also look lovely in vases
Have a nice day!