Sun hardy and stunning

Flowers begin green before turning white and then pink.

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Hydrangea 'Sundae Fraise'

full sun
part shade
height 1.2m
spread 1.2m

Hydrangea 'Sundae Fraise' is a new variety set to enjoy popularity due to its tolerance of full sun locations and great flower power. 'Sundae Fraise' rewards with abundant white flowers throughout the summer and autumn months. Blooms begin green before turning white and then maturing through a range of pinks. This is a compact and fast growing variety that is best planted in a sunny location.

Hydrangeas prefer a moist soil but well drained soil. Avoid watering the flowers and foliage - water at the base of the plant for optimum results. Feed in early spring with a slow release fertiliser for best results. Remove spent flower heads after flowering has finished.

  • Feature plant for small spaces
  • Patios, balconies and entertainment areas
  • Colour for part shade to full sun locations
  • Medium-sized decorative containers

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