Hydrangea paniculata Polar Bear - a real enrichment for your garden
Use and growth of the hydrangea
If you want to enhance your garden in a special way, you should buy a panicle hydrangea. The Polar Bear panicle hydrangea is wonderfully suitable as a picturesque hedge plant, as it grows up to 150cm in height and width and develops enchanting flowers. For one metre of hedge, 2 or 3 plants are needed. The Polar Bear panicle hydrangea is also well suited as a specimen plant. Furthermore, the panicle hydrangea is suitable as an ornamental shrub and also as a foliage plant. The growth of the plant is compact and upright.
Flowering season and flowering of the hydrangea
In July the plant begins to flower, first with lime-green, panicle-shaped flowers that soon turn a brilliant white. In autumn the white flowers turn a delicate pink. They reach a size of up to 30cm. The panicle hydrangea Polar Bear fascinates with a new splendour of flowers every year. As this hydrangea flowers until October and its flowers have a delicate, sweet fragrance, the Hydrangea paniculata Polar Bear is an enrichment for every garden. The flowers of this hydrangea are lanceolate and dull green, they also have autumn colouring.
Herbaceous hydrangea location and soil conditions
Hydrangeas like a sunny location and are protected from the wind. Hydrangea paniculata Polar Bear also does well in partial shade. If the location for the hydrangea is sunny to semi-shady, it feels most at home. The plant likes a moist, acidic to neutral and nutrient-rich soil. It also prefers sandy to loamy soil. Although hydrangeas like it sunny, they do not like dry Böden. They should be kept slightly moist. In spring the plant should be pruned back a lot. This way it will flower even more the next year and grow back especially bushy. Otherwise, the plant is very pleasant and easy to care for.
Peculiarities and planting time of the Polar Bear
The Hydrangea paniculata Polar Bear is rightly named. It is hardy down to -30°C, so it can withstand harsh winters without any problems. Polar Bear can be planted all year round, even if the ground is frozen or the summer heat is intense. Another special feature is the fascinating play of colours during the flowering season. Since hydrangeas love sunny spots, they can be combined with a wide range of plants. Good planting partners for Polar Bear Hydrangea are Rhododendrons, Roses, Clematis, Autumn Anemone, Yew, Cherry Laurel and many more. As the plant suits any garden style, it is worth buying a panicle hydrangea
For one metre of hedge you will need about two plants.
The plants are grown in pots, therefore you can use these plants all year round.
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