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Win Suttons Hydrangeas

This competition has now closed but thank you to all those who took part. Congratulations goes out to our winners who have won a potted Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Miss Saori’.

Keep an eye on our social channels or ‘Competitions’ page for future giveaways. And in the meantime, learn more about the benefits of growing hydrangea plants in your garden.

Six reasons to love hydrangeas

Pink and white hydrangea in white container
A former Chelsea ‘Plant of the Year’ winner, ‘Miss Saori’ is perfect for patio containers
Image: Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Miss Saori’ from T&M

Hydrangeas are popular, flowering shrubs renowned for their ability to change colour in different soils. Whether you choose a macrophylla, paniculata, arborescens, serrata, or even a climbing variety, there’s a hydrangea to suit every garden. Here are six reasons to plant a hydrangea: 

  1. Hydrangeas are easy to grow, low-maintenance plants that rarely suffer from pests or diseases.
  2. These show-stopping shrubs can be planted alone, or as part of a mixed scheme. They flower in a wide range of colours including white, pink, blue and purple, and some varieties even change colour as they age.
  3. Many hydrangeas continue to bloom all summer and long into October. Mopheads can keep their dried flower heads through winter for added structural interest. 
  4. There’s a hydrangea for every position, including small patios and shady corners. 
  5. Provided they’re kept moist, hydrangeas thrive in a range of soils. Macrophyllas turn blue in acid soil and pink in alkaline soil. 
  6. Hydrangeas make excellent fresh cut flowers. You can also dry the long stems for an elegant, long-lasting display.

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6 thoughts on “Win Suttons Hydrangeas”

  1. Jane Waters says:

    Beautiful hydrangea.

  2. tracey williams says:

    i love theses plants got such lovely colours

  3. Phillippa Walker says:

    Hydrangeas are very useful plants. Much admired

  4. Genalyn Mcculloch says:

    I would love to win this hydrangea plant.

  5. Genalyn Mcculloch says:

    I would love to win a hydrangea plant to add to my garden.

  6. Bridget Parsons says:

    Would love to win this in memory of my dear husband Neil.

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