Hydrangea — a Fairy Tale In Your Garden

Hydrangea can rightly be called the most popular plant in gardens today. Undemanding care and gorgeous flowering do not leave gardeners all over the world indifferent.

Every year our nursery replenishes the collection of hydrangeas, following the achievements of world breeding. And of course, we try to get the best new products to the gardeners in the gardens as soon as possible. We offer you an overview of the new products of the season.

Hydrangea paniculata ‘Hercules’

When you see huge powerful inflorescences on a relatively low (height and width 100-150 cm) bush, you understand that this hydrangea fully justifies its name given to it in honor of the mythical hero.

Hydrangea — a Fairy Tale In Your Garden

Strong, thick, straight shoots allow the plant to withstand inflorescences that are striking in their splendor: very large (up to 40 cm long), cone-shaped, greenish at first, snow-white with greenish tips in full bloom, and turning pink at the end of summer. With good care and proper pruning, Hydrangea paniculata ‘Hercules’ will delight you and your garden guests with giant inflorescences from July to September. The variety is resistant to diseases, pests and frosts.

Hydrangea arborescens ‘Candibel Marshmallow’

The bush is compact, 80 cm high and 90 cm in diameter, with strong shoots. The inflorescences are dense, pale pink, of an original “marshmallow” shade. The flowers are pink, gradually becoming white.

Hydrangea — a Fairy Tale In Your Garden

Flowering period: from July to September on the shoots of the current and last year. The foliage is resistant to diseases. Pruning of this hydrangea is recommended in early spring. Hydrangea arborescens ‘Candibel Marshmallow’ is characterized by good frost resistance. The variety was awarded a bronze medal at the Plantarium 2019 exhibition (Holland).

Hydrangea paniculata ‘Pinkie Promise’

An interesting variety, the peculiarity of which is the original combination of pink, white and creamy yellow tint in the flowers in the middle of flowering. During the season, they gradually change color from white to dark pink.

Hydrangea — a Fairy Tale In Your Garden

Flowers of Hydrangea paniculata ‘Pink Promise ‘ are collected in dense inflorescences that look great against the background of dark green leaves. The bush is low: height 70 cm and width 80 cm.

Hydrangea paniculata ‘Polstar’

Hydrangea paniculata for balconies and terraces. Ultra-compact variety with a height and width of 50 cm. Flowering is abundant in late June — September. The flowers are very elegant, at first greenish-white, then they become salmon-pink, closer to September-dark pink. The leaves are small, dark green.

Hydrangea — a Fairy Tale In Your Garden

For the paniculate hydrangea ‘Polstar’, you should choose a sunny or semi-shaded place with moist, drained soil.

Hydrangea paniculata ‘Samme Love’

Compact low variety with very dense lush inflorescences. This hydrangea changes its color several times per season. The inflorescences are white at the beginning of the dissolution, then the color changes to pale pink and, finally, dark pink.

Hydrangea — a Fairy Tale In Your Garden

The Hydrangea paniculata ‘Samme Love’ bush is perfectly branched, so it looks lush, and in bloom-just a sight! Inflorescences are very dense, pyramidal with a rounded top.

Hydrangea paniculata ‘Strawberry Blossom’

An excellent variety with very large dense inflorescences, the length of which reaches 30 cm. The flowers are creamy-white at the beginning of flowering, then pink with a white tip. In the future, the pink tone thickens to crimson, and the top of the inflorescence remains white.

Hydrangea — a Fairy Tale In Your Garden

The bush of Hydrangea paniculata ‘Strawberry Blossom’ is low — about 100 cm, width 100-120 cm, with strong, strong shoots. It deserves the best place in your garden!

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