Anita Taft, 75, of Charlotte: My twin uncles, George and Glenn, owned a florist shop in Maryland. In 1995, they presented us with four pink Hydrangeas to be planted at our new Charlotte townhome. We planted them in our backyard and they faithfully bloomed every spring for 18 years. In 2013, we plant a cutting from one of the plants at our new home. Today it blooms just as beautifully as ever.
Anita Taft, 75, of Charlotte: My twin uncles, George and Glenn, owned a florist shop in Maryland. In 1995, they presented us with four pink Hydrangeas to be planted at our new Charlotte townhome. We planted them in our backyard and they faithfully bloomed every spring for 18 years. In 2013, we plant a cutting from one of the plants at our new home. Today it blooms just as beautifully as ever. Anita Taft
Anita Taft, 75, of Charlotte: My twin uncles, George and Glenn, owned a florist shop in Maryland. In 1995, they presented us with four pink Hydrangeas to be planted at our new Charlotte townhome. We planted them in our backyard and they faithfully bloomed every spring for 18 years. In 2013, we plant a cutting from one of the plants at our new home. Today it blooms just as beautifully as ever. Anita Taft