Hydrangeas Plus :: Aspera

Aspera

Three sizes available on most cultivars.

The Aspera hydrangeas are know for their large habit, fuzzy leaves and stems and large dome-shaped blooms. Most are tall and slender growing hydrangeas with sparse leaves that show off the exfoliating bark in every season. The varieties are native to the Himalayas, China and Taiwan. Bloom time for the Aspera family is summer through fall and they are hardy from USDA zone 6 to 9 but need protection in windy locations.

Our 1-year plants have been grown in a 3.5 pot for at least one growing season. The container is at least 3 by 3 and foliage is typically 2 to 4.

Our 2-year plants are growing in a trade 1-gallon container for at least one growing season. The one-gallon plants have a root ball of approximately 4 to 5 inches and foliage can be 4 to 12 in height (DWARF cultivars will be smaller). Please note these plants are not shipped in their original containers and must be planted or potted up immediately after receipt.

Our 3-year plants are approximately three times larger and have been grown in a 3-gallon container for at least one season. The root balls are approximately 6 to 9 inches and foliage can be 12 to 24 in height (DWARF cultivars will be smaller). Please note these plants are not shipped in their original containers and must be planted or potted up immediately after receipt.

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Hydrangea Aspera Kawakamii
Delicate lavender and white blooms

Hydrangea Aspera Mauvette
Fabulous mauve-est of the Aspera

Hydrangea Aspera Robusta
The Granddaddy of the Asperas

Hydrangea Aspera Rocklin
We love this leaf and dramatic bloom

Hydrangea Aspera subsp. Sargentiana
Literally, a giant amongst the hydrangeas

Hydrangea Aspera Villosa
The most spectacular of the pure species

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