mophead

mophead

(ˈmɒpˌhɛd)
n
1. a person with thick, shaggy hair
2. the head or end of a mop to which the rags are attached
3. US a clamp holding together the rags of a mop
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WHEN it comes to summer colour, not much can beat the sight of a mass planting of mophead hydrangeas.
MOPHEAD HYDRANGEA (Hydrangea macrophylla) This is the old-fashioned, tried-and-true variety with blue or pink flowers.
Mophead and lacecap hydrangeas, the most commonly planted kind, will usually only need their old flower heads to be removed, cutting back to a pair of healthy buds.
The strip of cloth attaches to the mophead and use, into the washing machine it nice and clean for next time.
Beyond financial support, the donors offered their personal experiences with gardening and a love of the outdoors to shape each garden's features, right down to an heirloom climbing rose handed down over several generations and an old-fashioned blue mophead hydrangea--both donated and now thriving in Nell's Prayer Garden.
She doesn't grow the more familiar lacecap and mophead hydrangeas it's too cold for them where she lives.
Mophead hydrangeas are the litmus paper of the plant world.
Another act to look out for is manic mophead twins Jedward, representing Ireland, though they have to get through the semi-finals first.
I thrill at the way the small swivel mophead turns sideways to get behind the bathroom toilet.
The Let's Dance series includes Moonlight with pinky mophead flowers.
It is characterized by its incredibly large ball-shaped snow white mophead flowers which appear in early summer and remain on the plants right into the first snowfalls.