Hydrangea s. 'Bluebird' is a lovley compact deciduous shrub. All year round interest this shrub boast deep green deeply veined leaves. These frame the beautiful white crisp four petaled flowers with pale blue centers. In the middle are lace like cluster blossoms these are also sky blue however dependent on the pH level of the soil this may differ. In the Winter the deep green foliage changes to a deep dark red. Would be perfect used as container or foundation plantings.
Easy to grow and care for with no serious pests or diseases to worry about. However if any of this shrub is ingested it may cause mild stomach upset.
Hydrangea s.'Bluebird' in a nutshell
Common Name: Hydrangea 'Bluebird'
Position: Partial Sun/Shade
Soil Type: Moist but well drained, Sand, Clay, Chalk, Loam
Rate of Growth: Average
Flowering Period: Summer
Hardiness: Fully hardy in the UK
Eventual Height: 120cm
Eventual Spread: 120cm
Pot size: 10 litre
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