Hydrangea serr. Pink Petticoat
A compact bush. That’s the hydrangea ‘Pink Petticoat’ (Hydrangea serrata). This bush is just as lovely as other hydrangeas, but stays small, reaching a height of at most 50 to 60 cm. So it doesn’t need pruning as often! In the spring, light pink flowers bloom on the bush. In autumn, the leaves turn red. So, you can enjoy a romantic colour across two seasons! The hydrangea is winter-hardy.While it grows, remove the dead flowers in the spring. Once the hydrangea is full-grown, you can also prune branches to keep the bush’s shape. Plant the Hydrangea in a place with plenty of sunlight. The shrub prefers moist, well-drained soil.