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Adding colour to my garden with Magical four seasons Hydrangea

Magical four seasons hydrangea
Gifted plant
We have a relatively small garden, the main area for seating is brick weaved and we have a raised area around the edge constructed with railway sleepers and topped with gravel. This means the garden is fairly low maintenance and requires no lawn mower, hooray! 

To add colour and interest I have planted a variety of pots and have a few garden ornaments, bird feeders, and hanging baskets dotted around. The latest addition to the garden is this pretty perfect magical hydrangea. I already have a couple of hydrangeas in my collection, I think they are such attractive plants and are easy to grow in pots. 

Magical four seasons hydrangea

What's different about this magical hydrangea is this gorgeous colour way, the Amethyst blue flowers from May to November, changing colour throughout the season starting pale, travelling through blue and into an Autumn red at the end of the season.  
The magical Hydrangea has been grown in a nursery with care to ensure a strong plant able to cope well with sun, rain and frost, meaning you have colour all year round. It's happy planted in a border or a pot, and just needs a bit of extra water on hot days especially if potted.

Magical four seasons hydrangea

The magical Hydrangea is available in different colours and is available to buy in garden centres across the UK and Europe.

Including Wyevale , Homebase and Notcutts, for a full list of retailers check Magical four seasons outlets.

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