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PlantHaven releases “You-Me” Hydrangea

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The series has large double flowers that vary in shades.

| December 20, 2011

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – The “You-Me” Hydrangea series exhibit new forms of large double flowers, rounded and prolific. Flower colors vary from pastel pink, lilac and blue to deeper, brighter shades. The flowers bloom continuously in spring and summer. When an individual flower first opens, it looks like a ‘lace cap’ type with large sterile flowers on the edge. However, unlike the ‘lace cap’ type Hydrangea, the inflorescence eventually fills out completely, creating both a mop head effect with double flowers. These deciduous shrubs exhibit rigid, strong basal branching. They are frost hardy but can also withstand high temperatures. These versatile plants can be grown for use as an indoor floral potted plant and an outdoor ornamental flowering shrub. They are perfect additions to small gardens, patios and courtyards.
 

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