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Discover the beauty of hydrangeas in our webshop. These beautiful plants are loved for their lush flowers and variety of shapes. The enchanting flowers bring color to your garden or balcony.

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Why Hydrangeas Are Enchanting Plants Hydrangeas are loved for their extraordinary beauty and profuse blooms. The lush umbels of flowers, ranging from soft pink to bright blue and everything in between, make them a striking addition to any garden or outdoor space. Whether you want to create a flower garden, add a colorful accent to your landscape or want a charming potted plant, hydrangeas are the perfect choice.

Common varieties of hydrangeas

  1. Hydrangea macrophylla: This variety is the most common and is known for its spherical flowers. They come in different colors depending on the pH level of the soil. Acidic soil produces blue flowers, while alkaline soil produces pink flowers.
  2. Hydrangea paniculata: This species has elongated flower clusters and is known for its white to pink colors. They thrive in both sun and partial shade.
  3. Hydrangea arborescens: This hydrangea has large, spherical flowers and is available in varieties such as 'Annabelle' with white flowers and 'Incrediball' with large flower heads.

Hydrangeas are generally available from early spring to late summer. Please note that some specific varieties may be available seasonally. Our offer therefore changes every so often.

Location of hydrangeas

  1. Location: Hydrangeas thrive best in a spot with partial shade. They tolerate morning sun, but protection from the hot afternoon sun is essential to prevent the flowers from burning.
  2. Pot or border: Hydrangeas can be planted in pots as well as in the open ground. Make sure you choose a spacious pot so that the roots have enough room to grow. In the garden they thrive in borders, where they make a beautiful backdrop or can be used as an accent plant.

Maintenance tips for hydrangeas

  • Watering: Hydrangeas need regular watering, especially during dry spells. Keep the soil evenly moist, but avoid standing the roots in water.
  • Fertilization: Use a balanced fertilizer for flowering plants in spring and repeat in summer according to package instructions.
  • Pruning: Prune hydrangeas in early spring to control shape and size. Remove dead branches and snip off old flowers to encourage new growth.
  • Frost protection: Protect hydrangeas from frost in winter by covering them with a layer of mulch or leaves.

Enjoy the enchantment of hydrangeas in your garden or outdoor space. These beautiful plants will surprise you time and time again with their lush flowers and charming appearance. Take advantage of their versatility and add color and beauty to any environment.