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Hydrangea Quercifolia

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Tennessee Clone

Height: around 200 centimeters

Leaf: wavy and lobed

Flowering: from August to late September

Inflorescence: irregular, elongated and rounded, composed of numerous sterile flowers with very wavy sepals of white color that fades into a pale green

Bush originating in Tennessee whose name is still provisional, has a prostrate bearing in the early years of life so a guardian is advisable. Beautiful plant with abundant flowering.


Sikes Dwarf

Height: around 150 centimeters

Leaf: lobed, supported by a long curl

Flowering: from August to the end of September

Inflorescence: cob-shaped, creamy white, about 30 centimeters long and 15 wide.

The inflorescence is composed of pink-beige fertile flowers arranged to form a thick cushion, sprinkled with sterile flowers with whole sepals and a pale yellow. The posture is far better than that of other H. quercifolia cultivars. Excellent use for fresh bouquets.

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