In recent years, Hydrangea paniculata is the undisputed queen of gardens. Every year, new and more beautiful varieties appear. This year we have introduced another three. Hydrangea paniculata Graffiti in the early stages flowering behaves like a good girl from a good home, little lady. Gently celadon, lime flowers gathered in large inflorescences don’t […]
Hydrangea arborescens Candybelle® Marshmallow has been recognized as one of the most interesting new plants that appeared on the market this year. Marshmallow, like other varieties of Hydrangea arborescens, is hardy and easy to grow. A strong spring cut and regular watering are enough to enjoy large, light pink (salmon) flowers every year. The […]
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 […]
What a romantic story! The Japanese breeder Ryoji Irie loved his wife so much that he named with her name one of the nicest and the most awarded variety of Hydrangea macrophylla of You&Me series. This Hydrangea was presented as a debutant at the RHS Chelsey Flower Show and immediately was chosen as the […]
Hydrangea paniculata Skyfall invariably reminds me of comics about Asterix and Obelix. The ancient Gauls, the main characters of these comics, were afraid of one thing – that the sky would fall on their heads. I wonder how they would cope with the amazing impression that this hydrangea makes. Hydrangea Skyfall has huge inflorescences […]
Hydrangea paniculata Little Spooky is a real little beauty. Its tiny size can confuse when you see how many full, round flowers it has! Little Spooky is for sure one of the nicest dwarf Hydrangeas available on the market. You can really enjoy its flowers consequently through the entire summer. You can plant Little Spooky […]
The term minimalism is also used to describe a trend in design and architecture where in the subject is reduced to its necessary elements. Minimalist design has been highly influenced by Japanese traditional design and architecture. In addition, the work of De Stijl artists is a major source of reference for this kind of work.