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Elegant garlands

The hydrangea 'Runaway Bride' (Hydrangea) hangs as it grows, creating a striking effect. The flowers grow all along the branches, which makes them look like garlands. It has a long flowering period, so you can enjoy this beautiful scene all summer long. The white flowers turn pink during cooler periods. This hardy plant can stay in your garden or on your patio all year round. It's important to cut off old flowers after winter.
The hydrangea prefers partial shade and it's important to give it extra water during hot periods.
Fun fact: the flowers turn orange-red in autumn, just before the petals start to drop off.

Hydrangea Hydrangea hybrid 'Runaway Bride' white

Hydrangea hybrid 'Runaway Bride '

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Hydrangea Hydrangea hybrid 'Runaway Bride' white

Regular price £41.99
Sale price £41.99 Regular price £41.99

Specifications

White
Supplied as container plant
Not edible
Flowering June - September
Growing height 70 - 85 cm
6 months growth and flowering guarantee
Hardy plant
Deciduous
Location: Half shadow
Planting March - September
Planting depth 25 - 30 cm
Planting distance 70 - 90 cm

Planting

What do I need?

• Bucket
• Shovel
• Garden peat

How do I plant the hydrangea in the ground?

Ensure that the root ball of the Hydrangea macrophylla is thoroughly moist. If the shrub feels dry to the touch, place it in a bucket of lukewarm water before planting. The hydrangea loves the sun, but also does well in half shade. Always make sure that the ground stays moist in a location with full sun. For this reason, dig a large planting hole and mix the soil you remove with garden peat. Place the root ball of the hydrangea into the planting hole. The top side of the root ball should be just below ground level. Fill the planting hole up with soil, press it down and water immediately.

The hydrangea grows best in moist, humus-rich soil. You can improve poor-quality soil by mixing in some garden peat.

How do I plant the hydrangea in a pot?

Hydrangea macrophylla grows exceptionally well in a pot too. Choose a spacious pot with holes in the base. Fill the pot with potting soil and place the root ball just below the edge of the pot. Fill it up with soil, press it down firmly and water immediately. Moist soil in a pot is good, but the water must be able to drain out of the pot well.

Care

What do I need?

• Watering can
• Plant food
• Cow manure

How do I care for the hydrangea?

Water the Hydrangea macrophylla regularly.

If you would like more flowers to bloom between March and July, add plant food for blossoming plants to the water once a month. Give the plant cow manure in the early spring and during summer.

When should I prune the hydrangea?

Hydrangea macrophylla grows exceptionally well in a pot too. Choose a spacious pot with holes in the base. Fill the pot with potting soil and place the root ball just below the edge of the pot. Fill it up with soil, press it down firmly and water immediately. Moist soil in a pot is good, but the water must be able to drain out of the pot well.

Extra

There are two types of Hydrangea macrophylla, each of which bloom in their own way: the hydrangea with globe-shaped florets or the other (lace-cap hydrangeas) with flat florets.

Globe-shaped florets primarily produce large, male flowers that are quite colourful. The flat florets have a centre ring with small female flowers and an outer ring of large, colourful male flowers. Globe-shaped flowers are perfect for bouquets because they last for a long time.

Description

Elegant garlands

The hydrangea 'Runaway Bride' (Hydrangea) hangs as it grows, creating a striking effect. The flowers grow all along the branches, which makes them look like garlands. It has a long flowering period, so you can enjoy this beautiful scene all summer long. The white flowers turn pink during cooler periods. This hardy plant can stay in your garden or on your patio all year round. It's important to cut off old flowers after winter.
The hydrangea prefers partial shade and it's important to give it extra water during hot periods.
Fun fact: the flowers turn orange-red in autumn, just before the petals start to drop off.

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