Bigleaf Hydrangea - Miniature Sheet
Bigleaf Hydrangea - Miniature Sheet for only GBP £1.27
The commonest hydrangea in this country is the bigleaf hydrangea (Hydrangea macrophylla). Its Slovene name literally translates as “country hydrangea”, re ecting itswidespread popularity. Despite its “common” name, it only began to be planted in gardens at the end of the nineteenth century. It owers very reliably year after year and has large round ower heads. Most of the oral mass consists of calyces that are rigid and do not detach even when dried. The dry ower heads give the plant an ornamental appearance even in winter, especially when hoar frost forms on them.Some people cut branches with dried shoots for driedower arrangements.