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 Not for Western Australia or Tasmania & Northern Territory. Not for Western Australia or Tasmania & Northern Territory.                           



The plants you will receive will be 10-15cm tall, will be in individual 50 by 70mm pots, will have established roots and will be ready to plant into your garden

You will receive

8 White Swan Hydrangea
Le Cygne Hydrangea  

Hydrangea macrophylla hortensias

Also know as:  
Bigleaf Hydrangea
French Hydrangea
Hydrangea Le Cygne
Mophead Hyrangea
Hydrangea ortensis

Hydrangea Le Cygne develop into quite hardy flowering shrubs with large flowering white heads from summer to Autumn.

The pictures around this listing are of some different aspects of this variety when mature.

The acidic levels in the soil will not affect the flower color of this hydrangea variety

Will grow approximately 1.5 to 1.8 metres tall and wide.

We usually have 5 to 10 types of hydrangea in stock. Both lacecap and mophead varieties

If you would like a random mix of 8 plants of the varieties we currently have in stock. please let us know after you have purchased

If you need a specific variety of Hydrangea or even a mixed pack, please have a look through our online stores.

These are a beautiful addition to a plant collection

Also adding great color to the cottage garden

Strong and vigorous, this variety when it flowers have blossom clusters that can be up to 25cm across.

Also make great dried flowers.


Hydrageas prefer a moist position in either full sun to semi shade. They do not like the hot afternoon sun in summer.

Beautiful leaves that are lime green  when young and then maturing to deep green. You will often see them grown for their foliage structures as well.

They make great specimens inter-planted through gardens as well as growing well in large pots or even as espaliers against a fence or in small gardens.

They will form a good shape by themselves although you can trim and train them to your desired growth requirements.

Most hyrangea are deciduous which means that in the cooler parts of Australia they will lose some or all of their leaves in winter and will reshoot in spring.

They can be cut back hard in late Autumn and they will reshoot in spring


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