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Hydrangea Pink Annabelle Invincibelle Spirit 5 Litre

Hydrangea Pink Annabelle Invincibelle Spirit 5 Litre

£19.95
Hydrangea Invincibelle Pink Spirit 5 Litre - May 2016
Hydrangea Invincibelle Pink Spirit 5 Litre - May 2016 Hydrangea Invincibelle Pink Spirit 5 Litre - May 2016
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Quick Overview

Also known as the pink Annabelle. Invincibelle produces huge hot pink flowers rather than the white  Annabelle produces

Plant Size (cm)
Plant Size (cm)
61cm - 80cm
Pot Size - Litre
Pot Size - Litre
5 Litre
Anticipated Height
Anticipated Height
1m
Toleration
Toleration
-10
Flowering Colour
Flowering Colour
Pink
Growth Speed
Growth Speed
Medium
Evergreen?
Evergreen?
No
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IHydrangea Pink Annabelle Invincibelle Spirit 5 Litre: Invincibelle is the first-ever pink Annabelle hydrangea, it produces masses of snowball shaped blooms from early summer through to the first frosts. Dark pink buds open hot pink almost cerise in colour, they fade to soft pink and green in the latter stages of the flowering period. This hardy adaptable cultivar is a reliable bloomer that will produce flowers from year one, even after the harshest of winters. Whilst it can be planted in a partially shaded spot it does better planted in a good sunny spot.. In well drained moist soil.

What to expect: Your Hydrangea Invincibelle will arrive as an established shrub planted in a 5 litre/23cm pot. Height and foliage will be dependent on the time of the year purchased. 

Planting position: Best planteed in full sun, never close to a tree. Tree roots are the dominant force and will deprive your hydrangea of the nutrition it needs

Suitable for container planting: Yes a great choice

Position: Full sun through to partial shade.

Soil: Happy in all soil types excluding heavy clay

Eventual Height at maturity: Upto 2.5 metres with a similar spread.

Flowering Period: Late summer through autumn

Winter Hardy: Yes. However be aware whilst extreme frosts will not be fatal it may damage the buds this will almost certainly result in smaller flowers, whilst this isnt relevant to plants that are going to live in the south it may be advisable to wrap in a winter fleece in the colder parts of the Uk.

Evergreen: No Deciduous

Pruning: Cut your Hydrangea back to a strong pair of buds in early spring after the frosts have cleared, can be cut earlier if planted in a pot and can be sheltered from the worse of the winter weather.

Hydrangea plants do not like to dry out. In dry weather thouroughly soak the roots with a hose or watering can. If the plant is accidentally allowed to dry give the roots a good soaking and the plant will usually recover. Remove faded flowerheads in spring once we have passed the worst of winter weather, cut back the flowered stems to a strong pair of buds. remove any misplaced or diseased shoots. Mulch young plants with a well-rotted manure or compost in spring. Once established, remove a quarter to a third of the shoots to the base of the plant

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