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Hydrangea paniculata Little Spooky®

Hydrangea paniculata Little Spooky®

Hydrangea paniculata Little Spooky®, offers us splendid rounded panicles, of creamy white colour. Its flowering lasts from July to September, which will allow you to fully enjoy it. In addition, its foliage is green and deciduous. In addition to its decorative qualities, it is not very demanding and is accessible to all gardeners.

Bushy
Deciduous Green
July to September White
-25 °C
Hedges, isolated, flower boxes, pots, Mixed-border
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Sold by min 10 Available quantity 60 Delivery from Immédiat

All details concerning Hydrangea paniculata Little Spooky®

Hydrangea paniculata Little Spooky®, is a pretty dwarf variety 50cm high and wide. This one offers us beautiful panicles of dense and rounded white flowers. Its abundant flowering takes place from July to September. In addition, its foliage is deciduous and dark green and disappears in winter.

How to use  Hydrangea paniculata Little Spooky® ?

he small dimensions of the Hydrangea are ideal for pots and small gardens. It also thrives in hedges, isolated, in planters and pots. In addition, it is ideal for original or mixed-border, combined with other low or perennial shrubs.

 

What advices to achieve the Hydrangea paniculata Little Spooky®'s growth ?

Hydrangea acclimatizes perfectly in acid and humus soils. You can also offer him a fresh and drained ground. Because it does not tolerate dry and calcareous soils. In order for your Hydrangea to fully develop, you can remove dead branches if there are any and cut only 2-year-old branches. If you prune on the shoots of the year, you will not have flowers the following year because they grow on older wood. It is also possible to water abundantly, especially in summer and mulch to keep the foot fresh.

 

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