A novelty with light pink flowers and solid stems
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|Height||between 1 m and 1.50 m|
|Width||between 1 and 1.50 m|
|Type of soil||all soil|
|Selected by||KOLSTER HOLDING B.V.|
The tendency is towards pink in the new Hydrangea arborescens. The variety Pinkerbell has been chosen for the strength of its stems capable of supporting large, half-rounded flowerheads of 20–25 cm. The big, wide-petalled flowers, are firstly coloured yellow-green and develop to a clear pink from July to September.
The firmness of its stems is evident from the initial growth in a pot, then in a garden, even when exposed to wind and rain. It's a species that prefers a semi-shaded position although its colours are more vivid in the sun as long as the soil is kept sufficiently moist in summer.