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Firefly Hydrangea

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Horcos' (PP# 27,110)

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Firefly Hydrangea

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Horcos' (PP# 27,110)

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Botanical Name

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Horcos' (PP# 27,110)

Outdoor Growing zone

6-9

Mature Height

4-5

Mature Width

4-5

Sun needs

Partial Sun

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The Firefly Hydrangea is a compact new variety of mop-head hydrangea that forms a bush between 4 and 5 feet tall and wide – perfect for edging a path or in the foreground or larger beds. It is repeat-blooming, carrying flowers from late spring into early fall, with every head lasting 6 weeks or more. The blooms are pale yellow with bold deep-pink edges, making a beautiful bi-color display. The large flowers have petals that wrap around each other forming a fluted cup. Bring this sparkling beauty into your garden and let it set fire to your summer beds, or grow it in a planter or pot.

  • Striking bi-color flowers in pale yellow and deep-pink
  • Continuous blooming from late spring into fall
  • Compact form for smaller beds and pot-growing
  • Grows well in partially-shaded areas
  • Reliable and easy to grow

To have a good flower display you should plant the Firefly Hydrangea in light or partial shade, with some direct sun in the mornings if possible. Grow it in rich, moist, well-drained soil. Water and fertilize regularly for good results, as this plant isn’t drought resistant. Prune lightly in late summer, removing spent flower heads back to the first strong buds. It is normally free of any significant pests or diseases.

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