Planting Position: Hydrangea Incrediball are happy in full sun through to partial shade in a position where they can take centre stage, may be advisable to plant away from windy sites to protect the flowers whilst in bloom.
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 3 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.
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.