Methods to Grow Hydrangeas 

White hydrangea, also known as Hydrangea florescence Annabelle, is a stunning hydrangea that produces flower heads that are up to 10 inches in diameter. The flowers provide a beautiful addition to any garden whether as a border or backdrop to other plants. They also make beautiful flower arrangements whether in fresh or dried form. Grow white hydrangeas from seeds, seedlings (young plants) and cuttings. The length of growth may differ, but the results are all the same.

Growing Seeds 

You can grow white hydrangea from seeds from late summer and keep them indoors through the winter. Harvest the seeds from an existing plant or buy them in packets from your local nursery. Make sure that the soil is moist by sprinkling water and letting the soil drain. Spreading the soil in a shallow container and leaving an inch of space between the top of soil and top of the mouth of the container will allow enough room for sowing seeds. Sprinkle the seeds on top of the soil. Avoid mixing seeds with the soil. Place the planter in a bright area, but avoid direct light. Keeping the seeds moist and applying fertilizer weekly with half-strength liquid fertilizer will ensure success. Transfer the seedlings outdoors after the frost.

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