Hydrangea macrophylla SO LONG® Ebony 'MONMAR'

SO LONG®: a range of re-flowering hydrangeasEbony: a cultivation with black stems

Ebony 'MONMAR' presents the characteristics of the SO LONG® range grouping the hydrangeas capable of flowering on current year's growth.
The ball-shaped inflorescences of 15 cm diameter are supported by solid, allmost black stems. The corymbs are composed of numerous sterile flowers of approximately 3 cm, violet pink in alkaline soil or blue in acid conditions, flowering for three weeks. When wilting the flower heads turn green, spattered with creamy white and can also be picked to go in a dried flower arrangement.
This variety is of vigorous growth.
Associated in particular to SO LONG® Rosy, Ebony embellishes beds or containers all summer long.

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

Foliage : deciduous deciduous

Seasons of interest : spring spring

Seasons of interest : summer summer

Plant details
1,00 /1,50 m
1,00 /1,50 m
hardy (-20°C)
Foliage colour
Flowering period
Flowering colour
Flower size
15 cm
Selected by :

Marc & Marcella ULRICH
Protection :

Registered trademark, propagation without license is strictly forbidden

Hydrangea SO LONG®

The quality of the series SO LONG® is in the important and qualitative re-flowering of these cultivations. The flowering season starts in June and continues right into September, thus giving beds or containers a longer summer flair.

Licensed propagators

Garden Tips

Use :

In shrub beds or in pots to embellish terraces and balconies in summer.

Type of soil :

fresh, well-drained soils rich in humus

Care :

Cut the dead or withered wood at the end of winter. Cut the faded flowers after the first flowering to encourage a second flowering, if the conditions are favourable.

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