Nightingale Lacecap Hydrangea - trade gallon
Nightingale Lacecap Hydrangea - trade gallon Hydrangea macrophylla ’Nachtigall’ produces indigo blue to purple lacecap flowers on a stout, strong growing plant, if you garden on acid soil. As a "Teller" type it needs a bit of extra protection from the last blast of winter but merits the thought by the strength of color it brings to the garden. Deciduous, for part shade, it will be 5’ tall & as wide. Zones 6-9. In a research paper Dr. Hazel Wetzstein and Warner Orozco-Obando at the University of Georgia studied patterns of flower bud development among cultivars of Hydrangea macrophylla. They found that the percentage of terminal and lateral buds on dormant shoots containing flower primordia (which were dissected and evaluated microscopically) in ’Nachtigal’ were 100% of terminal buds and 100% of lateral buds.

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