Hydrangea Pink Annabelle
Hydrangea Pink Annabelle

Hydrangea Pink Annabelle



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H. arborescens Pink Annabelle is a glorious, rosy-coloured variety, famous for its unbelievably large heads, held impossibly high on firm stalks. Its compact form makes it wonderful as a specimen in a border, planted in multiples to form a hedge, or even for impact when planted in a container.


In a botanical tour de force, as unlikely as bumble bees flying, the huge flowering heads of Annabelle hydrangeas are held aloft without dropping (as long as they are not thirsty). The visual effect produces a magical display which adds structure to border schemes or dynamic interest as specimen planting.

  • Flowers: Late July to September
  • Hardy
  • All soil types
  • All aspects
  • Full sun or partial sunlight
  • Sheltered

Can cause irritation so wear gloves when handling. Water generously, especially if planted in a container. Prune in spring as soon as the risk of frost is over.