Annabelle Hydrangea arborescens (White) DORMANT
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Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle'
Please note that these are just beginning to emerge from their winter dormancy period and have now got small new leaves on them.
Noted for its prolific blooms composed of small white florets that form masses of large flower heads measuring up to 30cm in diameter.
White hydrangeas are generally stable despite changes on soil pH
Part shade, but can tolerate more sun than the macrophyllas. Requries soil to be kept moist.
Deciduous shrub that loses all of its leaves by Winter. They regrow in Spring.
Flowering from Spring to Summer