Hydrangea assorted

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Stunning displays of flowers above lush large-leaf foliage, hydrangea is a most impressive shade-loving water-loving big shrub.

Our assortment includes mostly Mopheads: the most recognisable variety with large dome-shaped clusters of pastel flowers in pink or blue, occasionally white; and sometimes Lacecaps: as the name suggests, a delicate flowering form with lacy open clusters of florets. They are both beautiful and are sold as assorted. Treat yourself to a little surprise!


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Christine - October 2016. Hastings Point, NSW

We can't ship this product to Tasmania, Western Australia.

Hydrangea macrophylla assorted

APPEARANCE: Spring-flowering shrub with large soft apple-green leaves and large rounded flower heads in shades of blue to pink, occasionally white. USE FOR : Shady garden borders, informal hedges, ideal for cottage gardens and containers.
CLIMATE : Frost hardy; prefer cooler climates
PLANTING : Hydrangeas prefer a partly shaded or shaded position in the garden. Protect from harsh sunlight. The flower colour may be altered by changing the pH levels of the soil. As a general rule acid soil (pH 5 or below) produces blue flowers and neutral to alkaline (pH 6-7), produces mauve, pink through to red. These levels may be altered using lime and sulfur, lime reduces acidity and sulfur reduces alkalinity.
CARE : Water regularly during the first 8-12 weeks until the plant is established and and plenty of water during dry periods after that - hydrangeas are thirsty. A generous mulch will help keep roots cool. Apply a slow release fertiliser early spring. Macrophyllas flower on old wood so site them carefully to give them space to grow. Prune them by deadheading spent flowers back to a leaf joint.
MATURE HEIGHT & WIDTH :   1.5m H x 1.5m W average
YOUR PLANTS : These are tubestock plants, healthy young plants with new roots that will establish quickly in your garden. The pot size is 80mm high and 42 mm wide.
You can see an example in the image gallery.
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