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Serrata

The Hydrangea Serrata is a beautiful flowering plant, native to the Asian mountainous regions of Korea and Japan. They are therefore very hardy. Flowering is somewhat earlier than the other types of hydrangeas and also lasts a little longer. In the fall, the flower changes to beautiful red colors. This cheerful plant is also called the mountain hydrangea and tea of heaven.

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    Hydrangea serrata Blue Bird
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    This lacecap variety produces delicate looking, flat flowerheads with small deep blue flowers surrounded by large mauve sterile ones from late... Learn More
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    This fast-growing, deciduous Hydrangea serrata Preziosa produces masses of small round clusters of faded pink flowers in summer, which turn reddish... Learn More
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Hydrangea serrata can be grown as a low hedge, and it is quite wind tolerant

H. serrata is similar to H. macrophylla except it is a smaller more compact shrub with smaller flowers and leaves Hydrangea serrata has a rounded habit, featuring dark green, serrated (toothed), ovate leaves, and clusters of long-flowring blue or pink lacy flowerheads in summer.

The flowers appear on old wood, and a little pruning is required. It may be pruned after flowering by cutting back flowering stems to a pair of healthy buds.

Weak or winter-damaged stems should be pruned in early spring.

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Excellent 4.7/5

Based on 10.355 reviews
star star star star star
Julia C. from Newcastle
07-01-2021
Great value on plants that would cost a great deal more at a garden centre. I’ll keep on buying from gardens4you.
Excellent
star
Reginald E., Leeds
19-01-2022
Quick delivery, well packaged , healthy plants.Will use again. Plant arrived on time and in tip top condition.
Excellent
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Graham I. from Otley West YorkshireCiara O. from Leixlip
22-01-2021
First class products with a prompt service to match. Will definitely place further orders.
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