The plant is suitable for outdoor planting. However, it can also be grown indoors.
P L A N T C A R E
C L I M A T E | Bright place, but not in the direct rays of the afternoon sun. Likes high humidity. The plant does not tolerate hot and dry air, as evidenced by the fact that the hydrangea leaves begin to curl.
W A T E R I N G | During flowering, the plant likes frequent and regular watering. As soon as the plant stops flowering, the frequency and amount of watering should be reduced, but do not allow the plant to dry out. If the inner leaves of the plant begin to turn yellow, the plant is watered too often.
F E R T I L I Z A T I O N | 1x in two weeks, during the growing season fertilize with 1/2 weaker fertilizer dose. During the rest period - 1x a month.
S O I L | Peaty soil.
N O T E S | The plant is suitable for outdoor planting. However, it can also be grown indoors. The color of hydrangea flowers depends on the pH level of the soil. In a more acidic environment the flowers will be bluish, in a more alkaline they will turn pink. No wonder if you plant a hydrangea with blue flowers, but next year it will bloom pink, it just shows the alkalinity of the soil.