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The Perennial Hydrangea Seeds

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Original price $9.99 - Original price $24.99
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$9.99 - $24.99
Current price $9.99

Transform your garden into a colorful oasis with our Perennial Hydrangea Seeds. These premium seeds promise to bring forth stunning hydrangeas that bloom with vibrant hues, adding a touch of elegance and charm to any outdoor space. Perfect for both novice and experienced gardeners, these seeds are easy to plant and cultivate, ensuring a rewarding gardening experience.

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🌼Hydrangea is a common garden flower and potted ornamental plant. Its umbels are like snowballs, clustered among oval green leaves, which is beautiful.

🌼As an important flower in summer and autumn, hydrangea is composed of hundreds of flowers, which look like a ball. Lush and lush, snowflakes weigh on the trees, and the fragrance fills the courtyard.

🪴Discover the Enchantment of Rare Hydrangeas 

🌼 A Unique Floral Treasure: With its unusual lace-cap blooms, Ayesha stands out as a rare and treasured gem among hydrangeas. It's the mark of a true connoisseur of nature's beauty. 💎🌼

🌼About hydrangeas:

Plant Type: Perennial
Planting time: Planting throughout the year
Germination time: 5-7 days
Flowering period: Blooms in summer and autumn, 120-150 days
Sunlight: full sun/part sun/shade
Moisture: Keep the soil moist and avoid water accumulation
Application: balcony, garden, backyard, flower bed, etc.

🌼How To Grow The Seeds?
Before sowing, the soil needs to be watered and the soil moisture should be saturated. Pour an appropriate amount of water according to the growth of the seedlings to prevent soil compaction. Immediately after sowing, cover the soil with sieved fine soil. The thickness of the covering layer is about 0.8-1.0 cm, and the thickness is uniform. After sowing, the seedbed should be watered frequently until the seeds begin to germinate. It takes 5-7 days to germinate.

🌼Tips :
Soaked in warm water for 8 hours before planting will be better if the seeds is over 0.5mm.
Because the seeds are in dormant state and need to absorb enough water to germinate.