Shrubs

PLEASE NOT ALL SHRUBS WILL BE DESPATCHED FROM 15TH OCTOBER

Well establishedin 3 litre pots.

 

Flowers guaranteed with these hydrangeas. On our open weekend (and before and after) the most attention was paid to some showy, reliable hydrangeas. Few gardeners understand that Hydrangea arborescens ‘Annabelle’ can be treated like a perennial; cut to the ground in March, new shoots produce green flowers by June, then enlarge to white, continuing all summer into September. 


Hydrangea paniculata varieties such as ‘Little Lime’, ‘Sundae Fraise’, ‘Phantom’ and others have a firmer woody framework. In the first year after planting, prune away a few centimetres  from the leading shoots in March, and see the new growth produce many panicles in late summer. As they get more established, prune about a third each late winter. Plant in sun or shade where not too dry, they do not need an acid soil.

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