The Lace Caps are set apart from the usual mophead Hydrangeas by their unusual flowers – a cluster of tiny florets, surrounded by a ring of larger, showy florets, almost as if every flower is its own bouquet! They can be planted en masse in beds for a breath-taking display from mid summer to early autumn. Single bushes can be planted as focal points. They also do very well in pots and tubs on cool patios.
|Dappled shade / Morning sun|
|Keep moist, but not waterlogged|
|Plant in rich, moist, well-draining soil or potting mix|
|The shrubs are at their prime over the festive time - hence the name "Christmas Rose"|
|Hydrangeas blooms are perfect cutfowers for the Christmas table and can be dried as well.|