In this month’s Garden Flowers blog post which I write with garden designer, Lisa Cox, we’re looking at a very popular garden plant, the hydrangea.
Already starting to add colour to our gardens now, this beautiful cottage garden classic has several different forms.
Hydrangea macrophylla (Hortensia)
There are two types of Hydrangea macrophylla:
One of the most common types of hydrangea, it has a mophead of individual flowers.
The colour of its blooms varies depending on the soil. Acid soils produce blue flowers and alkaline soils produce pinks and reds.… Read more