Hydrangea is a shrub that should be planted in the Fall or Spring. They should be planted in a place where they will have sunny mornings and shaded afternoons. The soil should provide good drainage. To prevent root rot, do not allow it become soggy. Add mulch to keep the soil moist and cool. It will also break down and provide nutrients to the soil.

These plants should be deadheaded to ensure blooming into the fall. In the fall, leave the blooms so as not to encourage growth.

Common Names: Bigleaf hydrangea, French hydrangea, lacecap hydrangea, mophead hydrangea, penny mac and hortensia.

Origin: Native to both Asia and the Americas

Available in 6 and 11 inch

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