Hydrangea serrata ‘Tiara’
Stunning reddish-purple foliage. Early and mid summer pink and blue lace-cap heads of sterile flowers surrounding deeper coloured fertile ones. Remains attractive for following months turning antique colours late summer into autumn.
More sun tolerant than the traditional Mop-Head Hydrangeas. Perfectly happy in morning sun, and can even tolerate a greater degree of sun if the soil is moisture retentive.
Growing: Hydrangea serrata ‘Tiara’
– Height with flowers: 50cm – 120cm approx.
– Width: 70cm – 150cm approx.
– Position: Deep Shade, Woodland, Dappled Sun.
– Soil: Well Drained
– Frost: Hardy
– Growth: Deciduous Shrub
– Beneficial for wildlife: Bees and Butterflies
– Deer & Rabbit resistant: