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Hydrangea Grayswood

(serrata) Chambers, 1888. Flat, medium-sized blossoms pass gradually from white to wine-red through gradations of pink, accompanied constantly by bright-blue fertile florets in their centre. The purple-hued foliage at the end of summer is particularly lovely in the sunlight.
1.50 (à 10 ans)
1.20 (à 10 ans)
Part Shade / Sun


In shrubberies, flowering hedges or containers.


In acid, non-chalky soil. Dig a hole three times the size of the root ball. Remove the plant from its container and thoroughly soak the root ball. Half-fill the hole with a mixture of 2/3 acid compost and 1/3 garden soil enriched with manure. Place the plant (not too deeply) in the hole and continue filling around the root ball. Water well after planting.


Add a specialised fertiliser during the spring. At the end of the winter, prune limbs that flowered the previous season. Water frequently while plants are blooming.

Ref. P296
3L pot - 5-7 branches
Price € TTC: 16.00
Availability: OK
Ref. P296
5L pot
Price € TTC: 26.00
Availability: OK