The Nursery has just ordered the following varieties of Hydrangea which will be available for sale from late Spring/early Summer.

Hydrangea cultivars available for sale are all deciduous shrubs, grown mainly for their large showy flower heads from early summer to early autumn. Known as ‘Good Doers’ they are easy to grow and are ideally suited to either border or container planting. Flower colour is affected by pH with blue flowers requiring acid soil often turning pink or purple in alkaline conditions. White hydrangeas as a rule
are not affected by pH.

Cat No. Plant name Description Size Plant Pic
H1 Hydrangea macrophylla Blue Wave Rich-blue/mauve to lilac blue lacecap in acid soil 1-1.5m x 1-1.5m Image coming soon
H2 Hydrangea macro Forever Compact double floretted mophead opening light green and turning pale pink on alkaline soil, blue in acid conditions 1m x 1m
H3 Hydrangea macro Glam Rock An eye-catching mophead variety with red florets that have blue centres and are tipped with lime green. Soil pH will produce varying colours. 1.2m x 1.2m
H4 Hydrangea macro La France Vigorous mophead with large flower heads of pink/blue depending on conditions. 1.2m x 1.2m
H5 Hydrangea macro M. Emile Mouillere Mophead type with white flowers and pink eyes 1.5-2.5m x 1-1.5m Image coming soon
H6 Hydrangea macro Miss Saori This compact mophead has bronze-green foliage topped with double white bloomed edged with a soft rose-pink. Chelsea Flower Show Plant of the Year 2014. 0.5-1m x 0.5-1m Image coming soon
H7 Hydrangea macro Sabrina A mophead with dark green/bronze/purple leaves and white flowers with a delicate rose-pink edging 1-1.5 x 1-1.5m Image coming soon
H8 Hydrangea macro Salsa Double mophead, pale pink with deep pink darkening to red edges, deep green/bronze foliage 1.2-1.5m x 1.2-1.5m Image coming soon
H9 Hydrangea macro Sandra White lacecap flowers with dark pink-violet or blue-purple edges depending on pH over bronze/green foliage. 0.6-1.5m x 0.6-0.9m
H10 Hydrangea macro Selina Compact lacecap with red-violet or blue-purple flowers with white centres over dark purple green foliage 0.6-0.9m x 0.7-0.9m
H11 Hydrangea macro Sindarella Vigorous mophead with large pale pink flowers with blush pink to white edges. Dark green foliage. 1.2m x 1.2m Image coming soon
H12 Hydrangea macro Teller Red Compact lacecap with deep red flowers over dark green leaves, reddish mauve on acidic soils. 1.5m x 1.5m Image coming soon
H13 Hydrangea macro Teller White Large lacecap variety with snowy white flower heads over dark green foliage. 1.2-1.8m x 1.5-2.4m Image coming soon
H14 Hydrangea paniculata Confetti Scented panicles of white to pale pink with greenish tips. 1.20m x0.75m
H15 Hydrangea panic Grandiflora Grows into a large shrub with creamy white panicles turning pale pink. 3-7.5m x 2.4-4.5m Image coming soon
H16 Hydrangea panic Kyushu Upright shrub with panicles of bright white flowers. 2.5m x 1.5m Image coming soon
H17 Hydrangea panic Silver Dollar Large, light green panicles turn to pure white and age to pale pink over dark green foliage. 1-1.3m x 1-1.8m Image coming soon
H18 Hydrangea panic Phantom Broad panicles of pale green flowers brighten to pure white 2.5m x 2.5m Image coming soon
H19 Hydrangea serrata Preziosa A dark red stemmed shrub with rounded clusters of rose-pink flowers turning reddish-purple in autumn over foliage that is bronze when young turning deep red. 1-1.5m x 1-1.5m Image coming soon
H20 Hydrangea serrata Blue Bird Compact shrub with blue lacecap flowers surrounded by pale blue or pale pink florets over dark green leaves turning red in autumn. 0.9-1.2m x 0.9-1.2m Image coming soon


  • pH is the measurement of acidity or alkalinity in the soil
  • Lacecaps have a flattened flower head with larger sterile flowers surrounding the small fertile flowers in the centre.
  • Mopheads (Hortensias) have a more rounded flower head of large sterile flowers.
  • Panicle flower heads are taller and conical in shape made up of larger fertile flowers and smaller sterile flowers.