“ Arrived safely, great packaging, they were all in situ within 15 minutes, just in time for some high ish winds. Very good product, will tell my friends. ”
25 Aug 2015
Props for 'Annabelle'
Recommended in the Telegraph by Helen Yemm - Thorny Problems
This lovely hydrangea, one that you can prune in spring, then producing huge and beautiful heads of tiny florets on metre-high slim and wind-vulnerable stems, is a tricky one to site. I grow mine slotted between other stout shrubs, which does provide it with a bit of borrowed backbone. Alas. However I prune it, it needs support as well, so I use good-looking “plant girdles” recommended by the savvy people at Plant Supports (www.plantsupports.co.uk) specifically for Hydrangea ‘Annabelle’.
Thorny problems 22nd August 2015