Hydrangea "Grandiflora" - a lushly flowering shrub for your garden
Hortensia is a beautiful deciduous,large-leaved shrub, actively used in the decoration of flower beds, terraces, flower beds, decoration of partitions, walls and arched openings. Thanks to its numerous flowers collected in large bright inflorescences, it can play the role of a background in group plantings, emphasizing the beauty of conifers and other shrubs, or it can act as a single solitary plant.
Hydrangea "Grandiflora": soil and lighting
This lovely winter hardy grade is goodgrows on weakly acid and neutral soils. It is desirable that the land is fertile, and most importantly - not sandy. It is interesting that the color of the hydrangea becomes more acrido when the bush grows on acid soil. If on your site the earth is not enough acid, when planting the plant should be added spruce semi-pereprevshy otpad, peat and sawdust. Any deoxidants (lime, ash, chalk, etc.) are contraindicated for the plant hydrangea "Grandiflora". Planting and caring for the bush is to select the right weakly acid soil and timely moisturizing. Perennial loves water, so it should be watered often enough so that the land is wet all the time.
Hortense "Grandiflora": care and planting
For planting on a permanent place take seedlingsfour years of age. For them, prepare a bright area with fertile soil. Dig a pit with dimensions of 50 x 70 cm or a meter strip, if it is planned to form a hedge from a bush. Between the pits are maintained a distance of about 1 m, and after a few years the planting is thinned out so that between adults the gap is 2-2.5 m. Planting the hydrangea plant "Grandiflora" is carried out in the spring (in warm climates, autumn planting is also possible). The seedlings are placed in a pit, covered with a soil mixture and mulched with peat and compost.
Hydrangea "Grandiflora" in your garden. We fertilize and care for the plant