SO LONG® Rosy 'COUMONT' is a hybrid from serrata through macrophylla combining the qualities of these two species.
The inflorescences, in the shape of a half ball are tender pink, then green.
The cultivation has been chosen for two remarkable flowering qualities among the hydrangeas. Firstly the abundant re-flowering makes this plant interesting from June to September and is part of the characteristics of the SO LONG® range. Secondly the variety is very floriferous very young, on this year's wood, which gives it a rapid production cycle.The flowers behave well in the rain.
The foliage is large, the growth compact and well branched.
The plant does not pose any culture problems, is very hardy to cold when grown in flower pots
Associated in particular to SO LONG® Ebony, Rosy embellishes beds or containers all summer long.
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.
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.
ANDRE BRIANT JEUNES PLANTS