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Evergreen Hydrangea

Last post 02-11-2018 5:47 PM by Minnie77uk. 5 replies.

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  • 01/11/2018 03:19 AM
    • poppikin
    • Glorious Surrey
    • 06 Apr 2009
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    Has anyone experience of an evergreen Hydrangea preferably with white flowers please? poppikin

  • 01/11/2018 07:32 AM
    • poppikin
    • Glorious Surrey
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    I liked "Wedding Gown" but seems some confusion about whether it is evergreen. poppikin

  • 01/11/2018 06:31 PM
    • Minnie77uk
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    Not evergreen according to Thomson & Morgan: A new breed of hydrangea with the ability to flower over an exceptionally long time from May to October! Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Wedding Gown’ produces white, star-like double blooms which form generous domes when open. The foliage is dark green turning to bright gold in autumn. A fully hardy, deciduous shrub that makes an ideal plant for a large container or planted in a mixed border. Height and spread: 100cm (40").

  • 02/11/2018 02:19 AM
    • poppikin
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    Minnie thank you. Do you , or anyone, have any experience of an evergreen Hydrangea with white flowers please? poppikin.

  • 02/11/2018 05:39 PM
    • Blackstart
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    Hi poppiken, this is a climbing Hydrangea that's evergreen. Blackstart https://www.rhs.org.uk/Plants/8951/Hydrangea-seemannii/Details

  • 02/11/2018 05:47 PM
    • Minnie77uk
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    Found this on Hayloft plants: https://www.rhs.org.uk/Plants/98580/i-Hydrangea-paniculata-i-Floribunda/Details Hydrangea Seemanii is a hardy evergreen climbing Hydrangea. Dark green serrated leaves cover walls and fences providing the perfect backdrop to the creamy, lacecap flowers. Different to other climbing hydrangeas Seemanii won’t drop its leaves in winter, providing year-long interest. In early summer egg shaped buds appear and clusters of greenish cream flowers emerge and unfold with unprecedented beauty measuring up to 18cm in size and lasting untill autumn. Easy to grow and unfussy on location. Height and spread is 4m+ but can be pruned to size. Supplied in 3 litre pots.