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10 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
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Mountain Hydrangea Overview
This low growing compact shrub produces flattened clusters of beautiful lacecap blue or pink flowers from summer through until autumn depending on it's growing conditions.
Common problems with Mountain Hydrangea
How to harvest Mountain Hydrangea
Cut flowers for floral arrangements as required.
How to propagate Mountain Hydrangea
Take softwood cuttings.
Sow the seeds in the spring in the spring.
Special features of Mountain Hydrangea
Other uses of Mountain Hydrangea
This low maintenance shrub suits being grown in large containers as well as beds and borders. It suits a range of styles from urban city courtyards to informal cottage gardens.