The Magical Hydrangea set to light up UK gardens this summer

by | Jul 11, 2018 | News, Plantaria, Sustainability | 0 comments


Gardens all over the UK are bursting with stunning and vibrant colour this summer, thanks to the eye catching Magical Hydrangea.

The many flowers of this hassle free, hardy plant magically change colour at least three or four times a year. This provides a magnificent display that can last from May right through to November.

Despite their glorious splendour, the Magical Hydrangeas are? easy to care for, which makes them perfect for people with busy lives.

Stunning colour changes

Ideal for both beginners and the advanced gardener, these moisture loving plants instantly add changing colour to gardens of all shapes and sizes. They just keep on blooming.

Take the ?Magical Revolution? hydrangea, for example. In the spring, the flowers are apple green. In the summer they change to pale pink, then dark pink and finish the garden season green with dark red edges!

Ten years of breeding

The Magical Four Seasons hydrangeas cope well with sun, rain and frost, not to mention being compact in nature. They?re great for gardens where there?s limited space.

The magical display of colours is the result of years of breeding, where the strong natural characteristics of various colour-changing hydrangeas were crossbred.

This process took around ten years, but the results have most definitely been worth it!

The strong stems support sturdy flowers that can handle the rain. The blooms remain beautiful for ages in strong sun – perfect for the great British summer!

The Magical Hydrangea?s UK grower

These beautiful outdoor garden flowers are developed by a select few growers across Europe. They are nurtured exclusively in the UK by Wyevale Nurseries in Hereford.

They flower from May to November and are available in 3.5, 5 and 10 litre pots, perfectly suited for patios, balconies, terraces or borders.

There are eight different varieties to choose from in the UK, including the Plantarium 2015 Best in Show winner and silver award winner at the HTA National Plant Show 2016: Magical ?Ruby Tuesday?.

As well as being a great way to brighten up your garden, these compact, robust and beautiful plants also make a lovely present for family or friends.

Magical Hydrangeas are available to buy from Wyevale Nurseries

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