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Hydrangea 'Endless Summer'

Hydrangea 'Endless Summer'
In the past few years, hydrangeas have made a HUGE comeback! New flower forms, and massive flowers are all part of the reason - but 'repeat' blooming is the key to this trend. Hydrangea used to be a once-a-year bloomer, but the new variety 'Endless Summer' has changed that trend. Now we expect at least two cycles of flowers and with twice as much show, the plant has found new places in the garden. Good for semi-shaded areas, this is an easy shrub to grow with minimal care. Advanced gardeners can manipulate the flower colour by adjusting the soil pH. A pH of 5-5.8 (acidic) makes the flowers blue toned. A higher pH will yield white/pink flowers. Cut back the old wood in the winter and let this great plant grow to about 1-1.2m tall in the garden.

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