Range

Hydrangea is a well-loved garden and pot plant, especially because of it tremendously abundant flowering. What's more, Hydrangea is a trouble-free plant which brings beautiful colours to your garden. The Hydrangea as a garden plant is available from March till September. High season is April till August when the plants are readily available.

Colours

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Hydrangeas come in a huge range of colours including white, various shades of pink, red and blue. There are also bicoloured varieties in pink and white and blue and white. Most varieties of Hydrangeas change colour as the flowers age. For example they can change from pink to dark green or from cream to white and then to pale green. Hydrangea keeps surprising you!

Shapes

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The best known Hydrangea is perhaps the Hydrangea macrophylla. The mopheads have a distinct dome form as flower.

Members of the lacecap group have flat flower heads made up of a central cluster surrounded by florets. The outer ring of florets draws insects towards the fertile inner cluster of florets.

Hydrangea paniculata differs from the other Hydrangea varieties by its long plumes and vertical growth.

 

Paniculata Jane Litte Lime

Available from March to the end of September

Schneeball

Available from February to the end of August

Wudu

Available from April to the end of September

Teller GPR Benxi

Available from April to the end of August

Macrophylla Libelle

Available from April to the end of August

Macrophylla Bodensee

Available from June to the end of August

Macrophylla Renat Stei

Available from April to the end of August

Macrophylla Early Blue

Available from April to the end of August

Macrophylla Bela Blauw

Available from May to the end of August

Teller Nizza

Available from April to the end of August

Macrophylla Du L Selma

Available from May to the end of August

Teller Red Bull

Available from April to the end of August

Macrophylla Leuchtfeue

Available from April to the end of September

Black Diamonds Dark Angel

Available from March to the end of July

Macrophylla Schone Bau

Available from April to the end of August

Macrophylla Rosita

Available from April to the end of August

Macrophylla Bela

Available from May to the end of August

Hbacurl Curly Wurly

Available from March to the end of June

Hokomarevo Magical Revolution

Available from March to the end of August

Schöne Bautznerin

Available from March to the end of September

Macrophylla Du L Stell

Available from June to the end of August

Teller Nizza RS

Available from April to the end of August

Macrophylla Ankong

Available from April to the end of August

Macrophylla Hovaria

Available from July to the end of August

Tip of the day

Hydrangea macrophyllas are ideal for drying. Cut the flower at the time they start discolouring and feel a bit like paper. Hang them upside-down in a dark, well ventilated space.

Tip of the day

The garden Hydrangea enjoys sunshine, but should not get too hot. Plant your Hydrangea so it catches the morning sun but stands in the shade in the afternoon. The more morning sun, the better the bloom.

Tip of the day

Want to enjoy a blue Hydrangea in the garden for a long time? With a high pH-value of the soil, blue Hydrangeas lose their bright colour. To retain the blue, add aluminium sulphate or potassium alum in the period July up to and including September.