Nikko Blue Hydrangea
This Hydrangea Owns the Color Blue
The Nikko Blue Hydrangea is famous for:
• Unique blue flowers
• Bright, long-lasting blooms
• Looks great anywhere
Hydrangeas are among the showiest of all the flowering shrubs, and the Nikko Blue Hydrangea is a superstar. Spectacular in any landscape design, this dazzling shrub is versatile, vigorous and easy to cultivate.
This shade of blue is rare to find in garden plants, but Nikko delivers a deep indigo that will be the focal point of your landscape.
This winner takes center stage from late June through September, flaunting giant, 6-inch pom-pom shaped blossoms. Nikko Blue Hydrangea is a steadfast show-stopper in any garden setting.
Lush and vibrant, even this shrub's foliage is magnificent. Nikko flaunts emerald green, tooth-edged leaves, large and rounded with an almost quilt-like texture. Light-green veins are deep-set and present rather a shapely, swirl-like pattern.
Maturing quickly to 5-6 feet tall and 4-6 feet wide, Nikko Blue Hydrangeas are fast growers. Hardy in zones 6-9, this landscaping wonder grows in full sun to full shade. Wherever you want a dramatic burst of color, Nikko is there to deliver.
Earning high praise for its striking colors, Nikko Blue functions superbly in small groups as accent, or as a border or foundation hedge.
Bring the blue splendor of the garden indoors all summer long with breathtaking fresh floral arrangements, or dry the flower heads for an artistic display.
Nikko Blue Hydrangea practically thrives on neglect, requiring almost no maintenance or care. If desired, feed it with an acid fertilizer for even deeper blue blooms, lightly prune it after flowering, and mulch through the winter months.
Nikko Blue is a very popular hydrangea bush and typically sells out fast. Order yours today, while they are still in stock.
Summer is a great time to plant hydrangeas. They will look beautiful and put on a lot of new growth. When hydrangeas are shipped in the heat, they may arrive a little droopy, or have some leaf spotting. This is natural because of the high water content in their leaves. Just give your plants a drink and place in a semi-shady area for a day or two before planting. you will see them quickly perk up and soon will see vibrant new foliage.