05 jun Hydrangea arborescens ‘Golden Annabelle’ – two-color beauty
Hydrangea arborescens Golden Annabelle is something especially for the fans of Hydrangea arborescens. The novelty launched in 2018 is like a younger sister of the normal ‘Annabelle’.
The main difference between Annabelle and Golden Annabelle is in the leaves color. ‘Golden Annabelle’ has beautiful, golden-green leaves. Pruned shortly in the spring will bloom abundantly in July to September. The flowers are large, lime-green to creamy-white.
- golden-green leaves
- large flowers
- winter hardy to -20ºC
- grows to 130 cm height and 100 cm wide
- needs fertile soil and regular watering
- half-sunny position
- pruning in the spring.