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1st edition Hortensia Week! Because the hydrangea is so loved by consumers, it is time to put the plant in the famous sunshine.   read more

Hydrangea or Hydrangea, is one of the most popular plants for indoors and outdoors. Hydrangea comes from the Greek: hydro, water and angeion cask or jug. The name refers to the dehisced fruit that resembles a water keg. The mother species Hydrangea grows in incredible amounts along the coast, south of Tokyo. Hydrangea originates also from East Asia and large parts of North and Central America. The Hydrangea assortment is extensive. There is a wide range of colors from white, pink and blue to two coloring, green and red. There are also more and more by coloring species, where the flower color changed during the season to beautiful autumn hues, and double flowered varieties.


Hortensia can be placed anywhere in the room or on the terrace and balcony, after flowering, you can plant it in the garden hydrangea.

Preferably put in a bright spot, but not in direct sunlight!

Hortensia would like lots of water but do not leave any excess water in the pot! If you once forget to water you will see it soon enough what goes slack the sheet, you should immediately give water and the plant will recover fairly quickly. The downside is that the flowers will be discolored brown.

The ideal room temperature is between 15 and 22 degrees Celsius.

A hydrangea has, because he's so much flourish, need a lot of fertilizer. You can use for organic fertilizer universal. These fertilizers are good for hydrangeas, but also for the whole garden. To maintain the color of the hydrangeas can best hydrangea soil based on peat and blue hydrangea maker, do it.

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