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Scientific name

Hydrangea macrophylla

Common name




Hydrangea (Hydrangea) is native to East and Southeast Asia, parts of North America and the Andes of South America. 

The cultural form of Hydrangea macrophylla used in imports is from Japan. They are often found in riparian forest. 



It is a plant from more temperate regions. The first Hydrangeas were introduced in Europe around 1750. Hydrangea is a plant popular for its beautiful colorful inflorescences, composed of immense flowers. The plant can be used indoors, in the garden or on the patio. In addition to Hydrangea being a beautiful flowering plant, they can also be used as dried flowers. Hydrangea macrophylla when cultivated as an indoor plant, after flowering it should be placed outside. They can change the color of the flowers since these are determined by the acidity of the soil where the hydrangea is planted. Pink versions prefer a pH of 5.5 to 6.0. Blues need a pH between 3.5 and 4.5. White versions are less demanding.


leaf color


flower color

Various (Blue, Pink, White, Red, etc)


March, April, May, June, July


Spring / summer




Place in an area with good light, however, do not place in full sun. When indoors, these plants do not tolerate drafts or strong temperature fluctuations. When watering, be careful not to let the plants soak, as this could cause the roots to rot.


Acid land.


half shade


Regularly, preventing the soil from drying out. With potted plants, you can fill a container with water and place the pot inside. After one to two hours, remove the plant from the water and allow the excess to drain so that the plant does not  get soaked.


Fertilize fortnightly with a liquid fertilizer toacid plants diluted in irrigation water.        

Hydrangea macrophylla

SKU: P0324
  • Vase 14 cm  I  Total height 50cm



    Blue  |  White  |  Pink  | red

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