Definition of hydrangea in English:

hydrangea

Syllabification: hy·dran·gea
Pronunciation: /hīˈdrānjə
 
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noun

A shrub or climbing plant with rounded or flattened flowering heads of small florets, the outer ones of which are typically infertile. Hydrangeas are native to Asia and America.
More example sentences
  • Or, let a climbing hydrangea blur the rigid lines of a stucco wall.
  • A climbing hydrangea, honeysuckle and cotoneaster behaved in similar fashion until their third year, when they all finally took off.
  • With the shortage of good all-summer plants, hydrangeas deserve a spot in everyone's garden.

Origin

modern Latin, from Greek hudro- 'water' + angeion 'vessel' (from the cup shape of its seed capsule).

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