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Hydrangeas (Indoor?)

CopperdogCopperdog Posts: 519
Hello I have picked up 3 hydrangea from wyevale that were badly scorched a couple of weeks ago.  They were fully in bloom - down from £25 to £5 each.  I assume they had them all in for mothers day or something.  I have nipped all the buds off and plan to plant them in the garden...I overheard someone saying about indoor hydrangeas?  I assume all varieties can go in the ground and these were simply brought on to sell as gifts in full bloom?  Just a little confused 🤪


  • LoxleyLoxley Posts: 5,048
    edited May 2019
    I think they're talking about florist's hydrangeas, which have been forced into flower under glass and are really supposed to be enjoyed indoors in a similar way to cut flowers (just a bit more long lived). You can plant them out, but bear in mind they may need a bit of TLC to build themselves up a bit and may need hardening off.
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