Hydrangea Tea Time Red have a dense habit and their multi-limbed habit, enables them to produce more flowers than other Hydrangea varieties. Prefer to be grown in a partial sunny position in the garden in fertile, well drained soil. Ideal for indoor decoration, as a patio display or garden planting.
At maturity will reach 1mt tall and wide. They will set their new flower buds in the autumn and will lose most of their leaves during winter.
After flowering has finished, Hydrangeas can be pruned to 1m or less in height. Prune by mid February. will perform best if protected from hot afternoon sun, and fertilised every 6 months with complete Osmocote.
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