Petite Hydrangea Pink Sensation Plantlings+Plus Live Baby Plants 4in. Pot, 2-Pack

Hydrangea macrophylla

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Petite Hydrangea Pink Sensation Plantlings+Plus Live Baby Plants 4in. Pot, 2-Pack

Hydrangea macrophylla

Regular price $32.99
Regular price Sale price $32.99
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Pink Sensation Petite Hydrangea has large pink flower heads up to 5" across. Blooming in early summer and lasting for 2 months.

Beautiful in a fresh or dried bouquet. Grows 3 feet tall and wide. Expect this plant to reach mature size in just 2-3 years.

You will receive two (2) LIVE baby hydrangea plants delivered directly from our nursery to your front door, ready for transplanting.


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Sku: PP709-2

Vendor: Ferry-Morse Plantlings

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Grows best In

Best In:

Full Sun|Part Sun|Part Shade


Growing Height:

3 feet

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Botanical Name: Hydrangea macrophylla

Plant Type: Perennial

Minimum Quantity: 6

Days To Bloom: Blooms from summer to fall

Growth Type: Fast growth rate|Big leaves

Tolerance: Morning sun and afternoon shade

Plantling Care Instructions:Plantlings Care

Nutrient Care Instructions: Apply SUPERthrive once per week. After flowers die back, fertilize once a month, and stop fertilizing in early fall.

Package Dimensions: Arrives in a 4-inch growers pot

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Grows in well-drained soil that’s rich in organic matter or humus. Water thoroughly once per week or more frequently as needed to maintain high moisture levels, but not saturated. To prevent diseases, try not to wet leaves or water in the morning to allow them to dry during the day. Plant in spring or fall for best results. Dig a wide, not deep hole—approximately two feet across and one-foot deep. This variety is well-suited for containers with high-quality, bright, indirect light from a south-facing window or from an east-facing window. Alternatively, use a grow light. Plant in a pot with a drainage hole and water when the soil is dry to three inches down—you can test with a soil moisture meter.

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Maintain pink flowers with a soil pH of 6 or more. Use a pH meter to help. (If pH is too high, flowers might turn another color.) Prune immediately after flowering in later summer. Remove dead or weak stems. Avoid pruning after August 1. Once the flower heads turn brown, cut them off. Dried flowers may be used in decorative arrangements. Winter injury, too much shade, too much nitrogen, and poor soil fertility can prevent blooming. Susceptible to Cercospora leaf spot, anthracnose, and powdery mildew. Insect pests are aphids, leaf tiers, and rose chafers.

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