Hydrangea serrata 'Veerle'

An interesting variety because of its early and abundant flowering

This is a real improvement on the 'Hydrangea serrata yezohensi, 'Veerle' stands out through its big, flat inflorescences of flowers that are fertile in the center and sterile on the margin. It is very interesting because of the early and abundant flowering in sustained colours (pink or blue in acid soil), and a wilting in old pink to deep purple. In order to provoque a second flowering under good conditions, prune right after the first one.
The deep green foliage, typical for a serrata, brings a beautiful colour to autumn.
Beautiful dense plant.
The plant is hardy and adapts to all kinds of positions except full sun.

Hardiness : hardy (-20°C) hardy (-20°C)

Foliage : deciduous deciduous

Seasons of interest : summer summer

Seasons of interest : spring spring

Seasons of interest : autumn autumn

 
Plant details
Width
1,00 /1,20 m
Height
1,00 /1,20 m
Habit
bushy
Hardiness
hardy (-20°C)
Foliage
deciduous
Foliage colour
vert,couleurs d'automne
Flowering period
printemps,été
Flowering colour
bleu,rose
Selected by :

Harry VAN TRIER
PBR / European PBR :

EU 25532
Protection :

European P.B.R - Protected variety, propagation without license is strictly forbidden
Licensed propagators
(wholesale)

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Garden Tips

Use :

for large pots and small gardens, but also in groups in larger areas.

Type of soil :

Soil with humus, acid or neutral, fresh in the summer

Care :

At the end of winter, cut out dead or dry wood. Take off faded flowers after the first flowering to favour a second flowering, in favourable conditions. 

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