Hydrangea macrophylla 'Sister Theresa'
Common Name: Hydrangea - Sister Theresa bigleaf Hydrangea
A decidous, upright, small shrub with dark green, ovate, serrated foliage and large pure white mop head flowers in the summer until autumn, with each single floret having a small blue eye. In the autumn the flower heads become green tinted with red when they are dry.
Plant Care: Bloom occurs on old wood. Prune any time after flowering by cutting back flowering stems to a pair of healthy buds. Prune out weak or winter-damaged stems in early spring. Mulch young plants with a well-rotted manure or compost in spring. For more information on pruning and care click here
Characteristics & Attributes
|Plant Type||Bloom Color||Bloom Time||shrubs - Deciduous||White||June - August|
|1.2-1.8m (4-6ft)||1.2-1.8m (4-6ft)||zone 5-9|
|Shade to partial shade||Regular||Green|
|Moist, well-drained soil||Cutflower, Dried Flower, Feature Plant, Foundation, Mixed Border, Container