You can place the Hydrangea (Hydrangea) anywhere, in the room or on the terrace and balcony. After flowering, you can plant this hydrangea in open ground.
Preferably placed in a bright spot, but not in direct sunlight!
The Hydrangea would like a lot of water, but do not leave excess water in the pot! If you forget to water once, you will see this quickly enough on the leaf that it starts to droop, you have to water immediately and the plant will recover quickly. The disadvantage is that the flowers can discolour slightly brown.
The ideal room temperature is between 15 and 22 degrees Celsius.
Because it blooms so much, a hydrangea needs a lot of fertilizers. You can use organic, universal fertilizers for this. These fertilizers are good for hydrangeas, but also for the entire garden. To maintain the color of the Hydrangeas, it is best to add hydrangea soil based on peat and hydrangea bluer.
The Hydrangea (Hydrangea) is one of the most popular plants, for indoors and outdoors.
Depending on the cultivation method, the season or the environment, the flower can take on different colors, from beautiful fresh colors to through-colored shades.
Hydrangea comes from the Greek: hydro is water and angeion is barrel or jug.
The name refers to the burst fruit that resembles a water barrel.
The mother species Hydrangea grows in incredible quantities along the coastal tents south of Tokyo.
Hydrangea also originates from East Asia and large parts of North and Central America.
The Hydrangea range is very extensive.
There is a wide range of colors from white, pink and blue to two-tone, green and red.
There are also more and more coloring varieties, with the flower color changing to beautiful autumn shades during the season, and double-flowered varieties.