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Hydrangea Incrediball AKA Strong Annabelle 5 litre

Hydrangea Incrediball AKA Strong Annabelle 5 litre

£21.95
Hydrangea Incrediball 5 Litre May.
Hydrangea Incrediball 5 Litre May. Hydrangea Incrediball 5 Litre May. Hydrangea Incrediball new season plants January 2019 Hydrangea Incrediball new season plants January 2019
27 In stock
Quick Overview

Highest quality established plants huge flower heads - This summer

Plant Size (cm)
Plant Size (cm)
20cm - 40cm
Pot Size - Litre
Pot Size - Litre
5 Litre
Anticipated Height
Anticipated Height
1.5m
Toleration
Toleration
-10
Flowering Colour
Flowering Colour
White
Growth Speed
Growth Speed
Medium
Evergreen?
Evergreen?
No
27 In stock
Qty

Established 5 Litre Hydrangea Arborescens Incrediball 'Strong Annabelle' : This is a relatively new introduction to the Hydrangea family whilst closely related to the more well-known Hydrangea Annabelle, what makes this plant different is the sturdy upright stems that hold the huge flower heads in place as it matures the flower heads are upright and pronounced and rarely flop over even when the flowers reach full maturity and size which can be in excess of 30cm. These plants are already established and will give a dazzling flower display this summer.

What to expect: Your Hydrangea Incrediball will be an established plant that will arrive planted in a large 5 Litre pot.  Depending on the time of year purchased it will have a height upto 70cm excluding the pot, however these plants can be cut back quite harshly so if purchased out of season they will be considerably smaller. 

 

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: Upto 3 metres tall with a 2 metre spread.

Growth speed: Moderate.

Growth Habit: Upright and bushy Flowers: Produces huge large 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.

In hot weather ensure the plant gets a thorough soaking to prevent the roots drying out. Mulch plants with well rotted manure or compost in early spring.