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Hydrangea sargentiana - Hydrangea aspera subsp. Sargentiana

 

Hydrangea sargentiana belongs just like H.aspera , H.villosa , H.involucrata , H.longifolia , H.longipes , H. sikokokiana , H. glabripes and H. Kawakami to the subsection of the Asperae .

The origin of this Hydrangea lies above all in China and Nepal .

Hydrangea sargentiana is a robust , upright shrub with a height of 2.5 to 4m , and a large , slightly domed inflorescence with lots of lilac to violet- blue flowers beautifully standing in contrast with the large outer white sterile florets .

Flowering takes place from mid-July to late August.

Not only the flowers, but also the habit and the large , oval , irregularly toothed leaves with velvet texture attract attention .

Although we often find him in full sun (where he's usually not in a brilliant state ) the Hydrangea sargentiana prefers a position in partial shade or shade . With his beautiful flowers and mysterious form he succeeds to illuminate many half-shade places.

H.sargentiana is pretty hardy shrub , requires a cool place and a well- permeable soil .

Synonym botanical name : Hydrangea aspera ssp . sargentiana

Common name : velvet hydrangea

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Hydrangea species

Hydrangea arborescens

Hydrangea aspera

Hydrangea heteromalla

Hydrangea hirta

Hydrangea integrifolia

Hydrangea involucrata

Hydrangea macrophylla (Mopheads)

Hydrangea macrophylla (lacecaps)

Hydrangea paniculata (Peegee hydrangea)

Hydrangea petiolaris (Climbing Hydrangea)

Hydrangea quercifolia (Oak Leaf Hydrangea)

Hydrangea sargentiana

Hydrangea serrata

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Hydrangea sargentiana - flowering in September, as with other umbelliferous hydrangeas turning the sterile outer flowers announces that fertilization has taken place and the work of the pollinators is done

Hydrangea sargentiana has not only great decorative flowers, but also a particularly attractive leaf shape, in both leaf and inflorescence you can see that he is related to the Hydrangea aspera and Hydrangea villosa (H.aspera ssp. Villosa)