Hydrangea macrophylla Black Together (‘BTI’) PP#23,749

Shrubs

Description

The beautiful Black Together Hydrangea flowers from summer to autumn and during the flowering period the flower color changes from pink to red. A special feature are the dark, black stems. This easy flowering Hydrangea can best be placed in a moist, well-drained soil in sun or semi-shade. Pruning can be done in autumn, winter and early spring. Black Together has a compact habit and grows to 48” tall and 32” wide. Hardy to USDA Zone 6a-10. A perfect Hydrangea for mixed containers, shrub borders, mass planting and also beautiful as a solitary.

USDA zone: 6a-10b

Key Points

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Double flowers
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Full mophead
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Dark black stems
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Easy flowering
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Flowercolor change pink-red
Breeder: R. Irie

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