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Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Hamburg’ Bred by H. Schadendorff, Germany, in 1931 Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Hamburg’ is a strong growing hydrangea with large leaves and large flowerheads.
Mixed Native Hawthorn Based Bare Roots – 40-60cm Hawthorn Based 40/60cm Bare Roots – Discounted Pack of 1000 – Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) is a popular native deciduous hedging plant also known as Quickthorn, May Blossom, May Thorn or May Flower. It has an abundant display of white scented blossom soon after the first buds appear, developing glossy red haws in autumn. Mixed native
Hydrangea macrophylla, and baby’s breath, Gypsophila paniculata. These plants are all easy to grow and their flowers air dry.
Bigleaf Hydrangea ‘Hamburg’, French Hydrangea ‘Hamburg’, Mophead Hydrangea ‘Hamburg’ Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Hamburg’ produces large, rounded flower heads, up to 8 in. across (20 cm), densely packed with deep rose to purplish-blue florets, depending on the soil pH.
Hydrangea Hydrangea Variety or Cultivar ‘Hamburg’ _ ‘Hamburg’ is a compact, bushy, deciduous shrub with broadly ovate, toothed, veined, dark green leaves and, from summer into autumn, large, rounded clusters of purple-blue or bright pink flowers turning deep red with age.
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Is my hydrangea a native plant? – A: If they’re ending up purple, that sounds like a Hydrangea macrophylla, commonly called "big-leaf" or "mophead" hydrangeas. They’re Oriental natives, not U.S. Some hydrangeas are native and some are.
But my favourite is the one called “Macrophylla”, which combines big hairy leaves with a manageable habit and the same blue lacecap flowers. Plant it in some shady spot where people can stop and stare.
You’ll be thrilled with the way this vigorous hydrangea can change the color of its very large individual flowers. In acid soil they are deep blue, in neutral they are bright pink and turning deep red in autumn. The blooms last an unusually long time and maintain an intense pigment in their dried state.
Column: Taking care of hydrangeas all year long – Hydrangea macrophylla. It is also known as mophead, lacecap, hortensia or florist’s hydrangea. This type of hydrangea blooms.