A low, mounding cultivar that is engulfed with loosely formed white flower heads. The blooms are double to triple white fragrant florets resembling snowflakes.
Hydrangeas grow best planted in a sheltered position of the garden where the roots are cool and moist. Add plenty of organic matter to the soil and you will be rewarded with masses of stunning blooms.
Hydrangea flowers are good for picking. To make them last longer, bring a bucket of water out with you to the garden, plunge them in as soon as you have cut them. Once you are inside, cut them again and hold them in hot, boiled water for 30seconds before arranging in a vase.
Supplied as: Pots
Summer to Autumn
Cool to Temperate
Full Sun to Semi Shade