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Hydrangea Limelight

£45.00
7.5 Litre pot
Key information
Hydrangea Limelight produces large cone shaped blooms that start as a green bud developing through cream to a pink finish, providing a show-stopping effect.
Good to know
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Flowering
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Top Tip

Prune in Febuary to around 40cm from the base to boost growth and flowering. 

How to care

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Aspect
Sun, Partial and Shade

Blooms more in the full sun but can also do well in shade.

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Care Level
Easy

After two years, prune back in spring to keep a bushy shape.

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Watering
Regularly

Ensure the soil remains moist.

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Feeding
Compost

Use plenty of good quality, peat free compost when planting.

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Soil
Most soil types

Hydrangea Limelight will toleate most soil types and prefers well drained soil.

Quick facts

BOTANICAL NAME
Hydrangea paniculata 'Limelight'
PLANT TYPE
Flowers every year (perennial)
RECOMMENDED SOTO POT SIZE
Large
HARDINESS
Hardy
NURSERY POT SIZE
7.5L
TOXICITY
This plant shouldn't be ingested and can be toxic to cats, dogs and horses
EVENTUAL GROWTH (5-10 YEARS)
Height - 1m-2.5m, Width - 1-2.5m

How to prune a Hydrangea

In this Soto Masterclass we explain why and how to prune.

Follow along with Max as he demonstrates on a Hydrangea Little Lime.

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