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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The latest was introduced this year as a compact red-purple mophead variety named Summer Crush.
I tend to leave the old flower heads on the mophead plants over the winter, to give a bit of protection to the younger buds lower down the stem.
The London-based mophead celeb began with an unfamiliar piece, the early part of which sounded to this Philistine as perfect accompaniment for a whodunit silent movie.
But not much has changed with the mophead now considered the most successful songwriter of all time.
Hydrangea's get a bad press as most people just think of the rather self-assured Hydrangea macrophylla with it's pom pom, mophead flowers but there actually over 70 varieties of the shrub and some of them even have rather delicate lacy flowerheads.
MOPHEAD HYDRANGEA (Hydrangea macrophylla) This is the old-fashioned, tried-and-true variety with blue or pink flowers.
Much hardier than the coloured lacecaps or mophead hydrangeas, these flower on the tips of young, current season's growth.
Mophead hydrangea y g You can control the intensity of the colours by making the soil more acid
"Listen you mophead," Kirsty tells Ty when she becomes suspicious over how Terry got a licence for his Se7enth Heaven lap-dancing club.
To most gardeners it is the mophead, that classy, colourful flowering shrub that brightens late summer, whether in a border, along a woodland edge or in a large tub.
To most gardeners it is the mophead, that classy, col ourful flowering shrub that brightens late summer, whether in a border, along a woodland edge or in a large tub.