Hydrangea macrophylla SO LONG® SUNNY 'TK02'

SO LONG®: a range of  remontant hortensiasSunny: distinctive two-coloured curled flowers

The hortensia So Long® Sunny has an original bloom: beautiful, well-rounded inflorescences with curled petals, white with a pink border that's vivid at first, later rose-white. Well-marked as the bloom emerges, the border softens and its colour spreads through the petal once in full flower. In an acid soil containing alumina, So Long® Sunny acquires sky-blue tones. Flowering on the year's fresh wood, it is in fact a remontant variety that resists late frosts. Beginning towards the end of June, it flowers abundantly in July-August and will continue into September and even October. With its compact shape and vigorous stems, it's a fine garden hortensia that can be grown alone, in groups, as a low hedge or in large pots.
The So Long® range, launched by Sapho in 2017, consists of new varieties of remontant hortensias for cool climates. All the varieties in this series have in common an important and high-quality reflowering on the year's fresh wood. See also So Long® Ebony and So Long® Rosy.

Position : partial shade partial shade

Hardiness : hardy (-25°C) hardy (-25°C)

Foliage : deciduous deciduous

Seasons of interest : summer summer

Plant details
1,00 /1,20 m
1,00 /1,20 m
partial shade
round bearing
hardy (-25°C)
Foliage colour
Flowering period
Flowering colour
Flower size
14 - 16 cm
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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.

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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