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Teller Blue Hydrangea

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Blaumeise'

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Teller Blue Hydrangea

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Blaumeise'

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Special Features
Zone Map
Summer Color
Tolerates Acidic Soil
Tolerates Alkaline Soil

Botanical Name

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Blaumeise'

Outdoor Growing zone


Mature Height


Mature Width


Sun needs

Partial Sun

The Teller Blue Hydrangea is the crème-de-la-crème of garden hydrangeas, growing into a bush 5 feet or more in height, with very large and striking foliage. Even out of bloom it is beautiful. In mid-summer the flower heads develop, staying attractive into early fall. They are the lacecap type, with a flat form about 5 inches across, packed with tiny flowers surrounded by up to 15 very large florets. This flower form is weather-proof, and bushes don’t collapse, as many mophead plants do. The flowers are always attractive, being a rich indigo blue when grown in acid soil.

  • Beautiful lacecap-type flower
  • Blooms from mid-summer into fall
  • Larger garden shrub with beautiful and bold foliage
  • Ideal for semi-shaded parts of the garden
  • Top-choice for warmer zones

Partial shade is best for the Teller Blue Hydrangea, which should be protected from the head of summer sun, but not grown in a darkly-shaded area. The soil should be rich, moist, and well-drained, and this plant is not drought resistant. Acid soils are needed to produce blue flowers, and in alkaline soils they will be pink. Usually pest-free, this plant grows best with plenty of compost and water. It needs almost no pruning, and too much trimming will reduce the flowering.