Hydrangea macrophylla 'Soeur thérèse'

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Soeur thérèse'


150 to 200 centimetres

elliptical, acuminate; serrated margin

from June to the first cold spells

globose, diameter 16-18 centimetres; pure white sterile flowers, blue at the centre, and made up of three or four sepals

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Soeur thérèse'
This is a sturdy, well-branched hydrangea. The external shoots rarely blossom, so it is advisable to pluck them out at once, in order to encourage the fructiferous branches.
The stems are slender, and the dazzling white inflorescences become a pale greenish blue in the autumn. This hydrangea does not withstand full sunshine: a semi-shady site will allow it to display all its beauty. It is a splendid plant, and its lightness and freshness are incomparable.