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Large Hydrangea Aborescens 'Annabelle' 10 Litre

Large Hydrangea Aborescens 'Annabelle' 10 Litre

£26.95
Large Hydrangea Annabelle Plants - June 2016
Large Hydrangea Annabelle Plants - June 2016 Large Hydrangea Annabelle Plants - June 2016
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Quick Overview

Highest Quality Hydrangea 'Annabelle'. RHS award of garden merit. Fully winter hardy Flowers for upto 3 months July through to September For best results plants in moist well drained humus rich soil. One of the best and most popular hydrangea in the Uk.

Plant Size (cm)
Plant Size (cm)
41cm - 60cm
Pot Size - Litre
Pot Size - Litre
10 Litre
Anticipated Height
Anticipated Height
1/1.5m
Toleration
Toleration
-10
Flowering Colour
Flowering Colour
White
Growth Speed
Growth Speed
Medium
Evergreen?
Evergreen?
No
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Large Hydrangea Annabelle 10 Litre: One of the best knowm varieties of large white flowering Hydrangea. Annabelle is a stunning white Hydrangea, it produces several large white flower heads with a diameter of 30cm plus. Annabelle will bloom every year from July through to late September, even after the harshest winters. 

 

 

Planting Position: Hydrangea are happy in full sun through to partial shade in a position where they can take centre stage.

Soil: Any, but prefers well drained moderately fertile Humus rich.

Suitable for container planting: Yes but will do better planted in a sunny border, away from exposed windy sites

Eventual Height and spread: Up to 1.5 metres tall with a 2 metre spread.

Growth speed: Moderate.

Growth Habit: Upright and bushy Flowers: Produces huge white blooms which can be as big as 30cm in diameter held upright by strong sturdy stems.

Flowering period: July through to September.

Evergreen: No

Winter Hardy: Yes

Pruning: Remove faded flower heads in spring after the frosts have passed, cut back the stems to approximately 2cm above a strong pair of buds and remove any misplaced or diseased branches.

One of the best know varieties of Hydrangea, Annabelle is a stunning. Please note pictures are our 2016 plants in early stages of flowering.