100 Pcs Hydrangea Air Jardin Seeds Tiny Trees
Create a stunning garden display with 100 Pcs Hydrangea Air Jardin Seeds Tiny Trees and watch tiny trees showcases a beautiful cluster ofvaried foliage up to a height of 2 to 3 feet and a spread of 2 to 4 feet. These premium rare Hydrangea flower plant, also known as ‘garden treasure flowers’, feature medium to small sized gentle blooms of cheerful pink and white that make a stunning addition to any garden.
These Hydrangea Jardin Seeds are great for any backyard, courtyard, patio, or other outdoor areas due to its hardy nature and good pest and disease resistance. Hydrangea plants require regular watering, but are tolerant of a wide variety of soil types, and need full sunlight to partial shade. Winter is the ideal season to plant them and the germination rate is approximately 91%.
– Product Type: Bonsai
– Cultivating Difficulty Degree: Very Easy
– Classification: Novel Plant
– Variety: Hydrangea
– Style: Perennial
– Model Number: Rare Hydrangea Flower Plant
– Climate: Temperate
– Use: Outdoor Plants
– Full-bloom Period: Winter
– Type: Blooming Plants
– Houseplants: Garden Plants Perennial
– Garden Flowers: Winter Decorations
– Courtyard Plantas: Multi Color
– Perfect for outdoor areas
– Natural cluster of foliage
– Tolerant and resistant
– Gentle blooms of pink and white
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How to Plant 100 Pcs Hydrangea Jardin Seeds:
1. Prepare the soil by mixing compost and one part sand to achieve a well-drained soil.
2. Spread a layer of compost and then stratify the seeds for a few weeks by placing them in the refrigerator.
3. Make a ½ inch deep hole about 3-4 inches apart and plant the seeds.
4. Gently cover the seeds with soil and lightly pat down with your hands.
5. Keep the soil damp and germination usually occurs in about one to two weeks.
6. After germination, thin the seedlings from one to two feet apart and expose them to full sunlight.
7. Hydrangeas do not require excessive watering and should be watered once a week.
8. Fertilize with a general-purpose fertilizer after the blooms appear.