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  • Hydrangea Blue Deckle x 1 Plant Lacecap Hardy Cottage Garden Shrubs Large Flowers Flowering Border Patio Balcony Plants serrata

Hydrangea Blue Deckle x 1 Plant Lacecap Hardy Cottage Garden Shrubs Large Flowers Flowering Border Patio Balcony Plants serrata

  • Product Code: hydrangea-serrata-blue-deckle-plant-1
  • Availability: 40
  • $5.25


  • 5 or more $4.75

You will receive 1 plant of Hydrangea Blue Deckle. Flowering Lacecap Hydrangea Large Flower Clusters Beautifully Foliaged Cottage Garden Shrubs serrata

*If you buy 5 or more, you will receive 50c off per plant!*

Not for Western Australia, Northern Territory or Tasmania

The plants you will receive will be 10-20cm tall, will be in individual 50x70mm pots, will have established roots and will be ready to plant into your garden.

*As these plants are deciduous, they will lose their leaves over Winter and may at times be smaller than stated during the cold months of the year.*


Hydrangea Blue Deckle x 1

Hydrangea serrata
 

A pretty lacecap hydrangea variety.

As with nearly all hydrangeas, the acid levels in the soil will affect the flower colour (acidic soil = blue, alkaline soil = pink). 
This variety usually leans towards the soft blue tones.

Can be grown in pots or planted directly in the ground.

Prefers semi-shade to shade, and moist soil.

Broadly ovate, toothed leaves.
Foliage will often develop purple hues later in the growing season.

Deciduous.

A profusion of small lacacep flower heads in Summer and Autumn.

Height and width: approx 1 to 1.5 metres.

 

Important Information

The Acid levels in the soil will greatly determine the flower colour of this hydrangea variety.

Acidic soils bring out the blues, lilacs and purples.

Neutral soils bring out the reds and pinks.

Alkaline soils bring out reds and burgundy centres.

To increase acid levels in your soil you can add aluminum sulphate and this brings out the intense Blues of the variety and for the pinks and reds please add lime.

This need to be done before blooms form.

Or you can just simply plant them straight into the soil and just let the natural soil ph levels determine colours.

 

Not for Western Australia, Northern Territory or Tasmania

Plantinspirations Online Garden Plants Nursery works hard to try and ensure our notes on the variety/varieties listed are true and correct, but do not accept any responsibility for errors or misinformation that may have occurred either by my staff or me.


Photo credits:

The photo of the Blue Hygrangea serrata is from Peganum  https://www.flickr.com/photos/peganum/ 
Used under the 
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/
Picture can be viewed at 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/peganum/3769438947/in/photolist-6DzRGZ-aQRy5v-usSKhw-v3WNso-6K6j1B-6K6i5K-6K6iBM-6K6mSF-6f2JMT-v5LbG9-f24bs3-aQRwip-aQRxtZ-JyXp3X-f6RfMu-f4BCC5-ntpDEb-f4noi4-4GrUoc-JyXs58-oRbsGg-22mqiQu-FQCPJP-8vQBJU-25MTpUX-JyXqMi-JFQcET-JyXqpp-2gzfuyK-26KjYgz-bVTU9K-2gstvWk-DS752g-2h8MKs3-DS74Vz-2gstw4u-DS74Yk-ntpCsb-23KivE4-23w5hRP-JzdAen-23w5iFK-LoU2TN-2ji6is1-DS754a-DS756V-LpjALx-28dtKwL-2g38Xxr-2g38Utu 

Tags: hydrangea, blue flowers, pink flowers, shade, shrubs, semi shade, hedge, cottage garden, pots, border, patio, balcony, deciduous