Hydrangea Little Lime with Elho Reservoir Pot
Hydrangea Little Lime is compact but impactful! Blooms are lime green, developing to cream and then pink. A Soto favourite, perfect for a pot or border.
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Prune back in Febuary to around 30cm from the base to boost growth and flowering.
How to care for Hydrangea Little Lime
Blooms more when positioned in the sun but can also do well in shade.
After two years, prune back in spring to keep a bushy shape.
Keep the soil moist. Hydrangeas like a drink.
When planting, use lots of good quality, peat free compost.
Hydrangea Little Lime will tolerate most soil types but requires soil to be well drained.
Hydrangea paniculata 'Little Lime'
Flowers every year (perennial)
NURSERY POT SIZE
This plant shouldn't be ingested and can be toxic to cats, dogs and horses
EVENTUAL GROWTH (5-10 YEARS)
Height - 1m-1.5m, Width - 1-1.5m
Hydrangea Little Lime
In this Soto Masterclass Max explains how to look after Hydrangea Little Limes and the key characteristics of this flowering plant.
Watch this video to see how to prune the Hydrangea Little Lime with secateurs. Max suggests taking two thirds of the plant away in early spring so it can regenerate and grow strong flower heads in the spring and summer. Cover with peat free compost to nourish the plant and encourage strong growth. The guide also suggests what to do when yellow leaves appear on a hydrangea.
Max covers the ideal aspect for the Hydrangea Little Lime, or Hydrangea paniculata 'Little Lime' explaining they thrive in any light but for bigger flower heads place in direct sunlight. Soto encourage leaving the hydrangea’s large flower heads on to protect the plant and provide winter interest to your garden.