Hydrangea aspera are deciduous shrubs stems of which are quite hairy usually with lace-cap flowers will thrive on chalky soils. Native of China and Formosa.
Pruning Hydrangea aspera varieties
Hydrangea aspera only need minimal pruning in spring to remove dead heads and to reshape the bush.
Mauve pink Lace cap flowers in summer with large hairy foliage.
Large lace cap flower heads that have violet blue buds with soft pink outer blooms and chocolate brown foliage.
Pale pink to purple fertile florets from July to frosts.
Dark green leaves and blue-purple flowers surrounded by white in summer.
Large softly hairy foliage with lilac blue Lace cap flowers.
A late flowering Hydrangea with attractive pink Lace cap flowers.
Dark green leaves and blue-purple flowers in late summer.