The stylish cut Hydrangea has long been discovered as part of a beautiful bouquet. It is often used in fabulous floral work. No wonder, since the use of Hydrangea always guarantees a splendid product.
Every space is lit up when these colourful flower heads appear. They also make a wonderful gift: you are certainly not arriving empty handed! Or how about a single, decorative flower next to a plate on the dinner table? Dare to experiment. This is an inspiring flower!
WHAT DO YOU CHOOSE: FRESH OR CLASSIC HYDRANGEAS?
The range of cut Hydrangeas consists of ‘Fresh’ and ‘Classic’ varieties. ‘Fresh’ refers to the fresh colours such as white, green, pink, blue and purple. Cut-flower Hydrangeas are available year round, with the best offer during the months of May to November. March to October are the best months for ‘fresh’ flowers.
If the hydrangea has gone through its colour change, we call it ‘Classic’. After changing colour, the ‘classic’ flowers are available from June to the end of November.
HYDRANGEA TIPS BY THE GROWER
- Fill a clean vase with water and some cut flower food.
- Remove any excess foliage from the stem.
- Cut 1 cm off the stem and repeat this every two or three days.
- Do not place in direct sunlight or near a heater.
Source: Sonneveld Hydrangea
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