Hydrangea Macrophylla Nana

Hydrangea Macrophylla Nana

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Dwarf hydrangeas

The Hydrangea Macrophylla nane are a very popular variety of garden flowers, also used to create small curbs and rows of reduced dimensions. Unlike normal hydrangeas, dwarf ones are obviously small and have a more limited development.
Fortunately the flowers and their beauty are identical to normal hydrangeas and this is why dwarf hydrangeas are ideal in contexts where space is limited but you still want to make something flowery, composed and beautiful from an ornamental point of view.
Most of the times the macrophylla nano hydrangee are used for growing in pots, where thanks to their limited growth, they are able to give excellent results both from the cultural and ornamental point of view.
We see specifically some varieties of dwarf hydrangeas that deserve to be described and cultivated if these flowers thrill you.


The variety Pia dwarf hydrangea is a favorite of those who love this genus of acidophilic plants. These are plants that are pleasing from an ornamental point of view, which give a prolonged flowering and produce a very globular, large and fascinating inflorescence.
Let's see all the features of this plant:
Height: around 40 to 50 centimeters
Leaf: dark green, oval, serrated edge, is tinged with red-brown in
Flowering: June September
Inflorescence: globose, bright pink.
Hydrangea of unknown origins, it is among the smallest of the species, much used, in rocks. The sterile flowers, composed of three or four clamped and overlapping sepals, are piled up to form showy inflorescences, which constitute considerable spots of color. So named in honor of Pia de Tolomei, a well-known figure in the Divine Comedy.


Another dwarf hydrangea that is very popular and is widely cultivated is the Tovelit, a special hydrangea that produces beautiful pink flowers, with purple and purplish shades.
Here are all the details and secrets of these beautiful roses listed in a schematic way.
Height: Approximately 40-50 cm
Leaf: light green, oval, serrated edge
Flowering: July September
Inflorescence: pink with purple and violet hues, globular
Extraordinary small bush, very compact and with tight inflorescences.
Suitable in any region, its flowering is sometimes late, yet abundant and explosive in its colors.

Hydrangea Macrophylla Nana: Hornli

The Hцrnli dwarf hydrangea is another beautiful variety of hydrangea macrophylla nana, slightly taller than the varieties seen so far but certainly equally valid from an ornamental point of view. This hydrangea reaches in fact the 60-80 cm of height and strikes for u its purple red flowers with the white center. The color of the bright green leaves enhances the flowering even more, splendid from July until September.
Height: it reaches around 60-80 centimeters
Leaf: bright green, elliptical, serrated edge.
Flowering: July September
Inflorescence: convex and irregular, sterile flowers of four oval sepals separated from each other, purple red with white center
Hydrangea nana, owes its name to a mountain in eastern Switzerland.
Quite rare, it tends to expand horizontally and can reach a width even greater than twice its height. The dense and abundant foliage turns red on the edges and on the tips.


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