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When it comes to bright and colorful ways to add curb appeal to a home’s landscape design, one popular method is to plant hydrangeas. However, not all varieties grow well in all zones. Watch this video to learn about choosing the right hydrangeas for your garden design in Westchester County.

Each gardening zone is determined by the low temperature of an average winter. If you plant a hydrangea variety that is suited to a warmer climate than your own, then it may die back over the winter and fail to produce blossoms in spring. For this reason, when looking for hydrangeas to add to your landscape design, you should determine what gardening zone you live in and then choose varieties that are suited to your climate.