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June 14, 2014 12:00 AM

Reblooming hydrangeas give hope to gardeners, fans

In a normal year, the hydrangeas would be thick with leafy growth and holding aloft conspicuous buds to open at month’s end either as lacecaps or globes, thus introducing an effervescent spring to a more languid summer.

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