Garland Hydrangeas are a hybrid variety crossed species of Hydrangea macrophylla with Hydrangea scandens. Both the Hydrangea macrophylla and Hydrangea scandens are native to South East Asia.
Deciduous shrubs forming small bushes with a spreading or drooping habit and showy flat flowers. Growing to around 1.2 metres.
Pruning Garland Hydrangea varieties
The pruning of Garland Hydrangea varieties is much like the pruning of H. macrophylla.
Remove dead heads in spring (late March/early April), until the new buds swell. Do not prune in autumn as the old flowers give some frost protection to young shoots in early spring. The brown flower heads also look great in winter when covered in frost. Prune the old stems after flowering leaving the new growth alone as these hydrangeas flower on the new growth. If you need to shorten the plant always cut above a bud.
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RHS Chelsea Plant of the year 2018. Showy profusion of white lace cap flowers flushed with pale pink as the season continues.