Hydrangea (Hortensia) different varieties to choose from
Hydrangea (Hortensia) needs little introduction. For centuries mophead Hydrangeas have been garden lover favourites all over the world. It’s not difficult to see why. Hydrangeas look stunning in informal and whimsical cottage gardens and formal planned gardens as well. They provide much needed back-bone and architecture and are beautiful nearly all year round.
Caring for you Hydrangeas: low maintenance garden plants
Caring for your Hydrangeas is easy. Hydrangeas are very low maintenance garden plants. Only requiring the right soil, plenty of water and fertilisation to thrive. Ideal for gift giving; Hydrangeas are beautiful pot plants. Once you’ve enjoyed them inside. Simply prune and plant them in the garden to enjoy for years to come. It’s important to remember that Hydrangeas do flower on old wood. This means that a rigorously pruned Hydrangea will need at least a year regrow and bloom profusely.