20 years to reach maturity
This plant has a mild fragrance
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Rough-Leaved Hydrangea Overview
This deciduous shrub has an upright habit and large, lance-shaped, dark green leaves which are velvety underneath. In late summer into autumn, flattened clusters of tiny, blue or purple flowers are produced surrounded by large, white or pale pink florets.
Common problems with Rough-Leaved Hydrangea
Generally disease free but can suffer from capsid bugs & hydrangea scale.
How to harvest Rough-Leaved Hydrangea
Generally not harvested but dried flowerheads maybe taken for floral arrangements.
How to propagate Rough-Leaved Hydrangea
Take softwood cuttings in summer.
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