There is between 70 to 75 species of this flowering plant. You can find two kinds of flower arrangements in hydrangeas. The mop head flowers are large round flower heads resembling pom-poms, or as the name implies, the head of a mop. The second kind is the lace cap flowers. This kind are round, flat flower heads with a center core of subdued, fertile flowers surrounded by outer rings of showy, sterile flowers. The pH of the soil of this plant can affect the H. macrophylla species. For an acidic soil (pH below 6.0)will usually produce a flower closer to blue. Where an alkaline soil (pH above 6.0) will produce flowers than are more pink.
Plant type: Perennial
Bloom Season: Early spring to late autumn
Flower colors: White, Blue, Pink, Light Purple and Dark Purple
Sunlight: Morning sun & afternoon shade. The cooler the climate, the more sun the plant will need.
Water: Thrive in a moist, fertile, well drained soil.
Humidity: Enjoys high humidity
Fertilizer: Fertilize regularly. Time release fertilizer will work best.
Native: Southern & Eastern Asia, plus North and South America
Micky’s minis continues to offer more plants with our unique soilless growth medium. This medium is specially designed to enhance the quality and shelflife of our miniature plants. Shipping with our soil us medium also eliminates loose dirt in the box from rough shipping conditions
By avoiding the normal causes that are detrimental to plants (i.e. excessive hot or cold temperatures, drafts, etc.) your customer should find much enjoyment from their Miniature Potted Plants. Remember, it is very easy to over water miniature potted plants. Therefore it is best to set them in a pan of lukewarm water for about 10 to 20 minutes. Then let the plant drain for 5 minutes before placing it back in its favorite spot. Most minis will require watering every 2 or 3 days depending on how hot and dry it is.
If your mini is grown in the foam medium, never let the foam go completely dry. If it becomes hard, place the miniature plant in a pan of warm water for 30 to 60 minutes or until it starts to rehydrate. Depending on how long the foam has been dry will determine if the plant can come back.
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