Illustrated List of All Hydrangeas with White Lacecap flowers - Page 1 of 1

Hydrangea aspera 'Peter Chappell'

pure white loose heads of flowers up to 25cms across. They are borne in summer. The foliage & stems are hairy & the large leaves turn yellow in autumn. Best in light shade & moist soil.
Description Price  
3 Litres £11.00

Hydrangea aspera syn. villosa 'Anthony Bullivant'

Deciduous, upright shrub with peeling bark, bristly pointed grey-green leaves and lacecap heads of blue to plum, surrounded with white/pink petals. Requires partial shade and moist soil.
Description Price  
3 Litres £11.00

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Tokyo Delight'

Deciduous shrub with small lacecap flower-heads, white ageing to pink and finally deep crimson-purple, bluer on acid soils. Dainty compact plant: thin stems. Does well in sun or shade if kept moist and well-fed; dead-head and prune to fat buds in spring.
Description Price  
4 Litres £10.00

Hydrangea serrata 'Grayswood'

Deciduous shrub with lacecap flower-heads, blue centre and a ring of white florets, aging to pink and then crimson, bluer on acid soils. Does well in sun or shade if kept moist and well-fed; dead-head and prune to fat buds in spring.
Description Price  
3 Litres £9.50

Hydrangea serrata 'Ramis Pictis'

Small, compact deciduous shrub with white lacecap flowers and distinctive red stems and leaf veins. Good for tubs. Does well in sun or shade if kept moist and well-fed; dead-head and prune to fat buds in spring.
Description Price  
3 Litres £9.50 Out of stock
 
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