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Hydrangea seemanii - 2014


By Andrewr

Hydrangea seemanii - 2014 (Hydrangea seemanii)

Self-clinging, evergreen climber, reaching at least 20 feet. Takes a few yeas to settle down and start flowering - then look out.

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Hi Andrew,

this is a beautiful specimen. How do you tend for it? For some reason mine is suffering from blackening around the edge of the leaves. Any advice would be most appreciated.

Andrew (Atw)

20 Apr, 2015


Andrew - I ignore it! To be honest, it doesn't get any attention apart from reducing to stop it climbing a telegraph pole. As it is not the hardiest of plants, it may have frost damage. The dark leaf margins could also be caused by magnesium deficiency - spraying them with Epsom salts should rectify this.

20 Apr, 2015

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