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Climbing Hydrangea As Bonsai | Michael Hagedorn

Vines make uncommon bonsai. You may not need 20 Hydrangea, however 1 is a dialog piece. 

With a number of exceptions like Bougainvillea, vines are inclined to have skinny trunks and leggy branching. And but they’re straightforward to develop in a pot, with most responding to numerous water, fertilizer and solar.

This Hydrangea suits the mould. Leggy and straightforward to look after.


Climbing Hydrangea, let run by the summer season and beginning on fall colour. This specimen was grown from a slicing struck in 1962.


Just a few of the longest extensions trimmed. If you need flowers on Hydrangea, prune again in June (proper after flowering) as subsequent 12 months’s flowers set in summer season. Should you prune late, like we did, you should have a stronger plant however fewer flowers. It’s an reverse leaved plant. Cuts had been made 1/8” in entrance of a bud pair.


With some leaves already falling, it’s simpler to take the remaining off within the studio than choose them up within the yard. We loved the colour for every week. Out of leaf it’s not like the rest within the yard.



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