Hydrangea Arborescens is a real sight in any garden. The plant is very hardy and easy to maintain, yes, this plant can be placed in both full sun and partial sun. The plant produces large flowers that sometimes need some support after a heavy rain shower. The most popular species is the Hydrangea arborescens Annabelle. All varieties come fresh from the grower!
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- -20%30-40cmHydrangea arborescens Annabelle 14 cmHydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle'Special Price €11.15 Regular Price €13.95Stock 24Hydrangea Annabelle produces large white ball -shaped flowers (30cm across) on strong stems. This lovely hardy shrub blooms every year even after Learn More
- Ø 9cmHydrangea arborescens Annabelle 9 cmHydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle'€7.50Stock 100+Hydrangea Annabelle produces large white ball -shaped flowers (30cm across) on strong stems. This lovely hardy shrub blooms every year even after Learn More
- Ø 9cmHydrangea arborescens Marshmallow 9 cm potHydrangea arborescens Marshmallow€10.95Only 10 leftHydrangea Candybelle Marshmallow can grow in sun or partial shade, they prefer... Learn More
- Ø 9cmHydrangea arborescens Sorbet 9 cm potHydrangea arborescens Sorbet€11.95 As low as €10.76Stock 12Hydrangea Candybelle® Sorbet is a beautiful shrub that stands out for its... Learn More
- 15-20cmHydrangea Pink AnnabelleHydrangea arborescens Pink Annabelle€22.95Out of stockOut of stockHydrangea Pink Annabelle is a shrub that blooms with an overwhelming amount of... Learn More
- 20-30cmHydrangea arb Candybelle BubblegumHydrangea arb Candybelle Bubblegum€11.95Out of stockOut of stockHydrangea arborescens Candybelle® Bubblegum has large umbels with pink... Learn More
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Annabelle is the most popular cultivar of Hydrangea arborescens
The leaves of smooth hydrangea annabelle are large, opposite, serrated, ovate, and deciduous. The lower leaf surface is glabrous or with inconspicuous fine hairs, appearing green; trichomes of the lower surface are restricted to the midrib and major veins.
The stem bark has a weird tendency to peel off in several successive thin layers with different colors, hence the common name "sevenbark".