Hydrangea plants, known for their large flower heads, typically bloom in spring and summer after being planted in a garden during the fall – but that doesn’t mean they can’t liven up an indoor space as well. Potted hydrangeas look stunning on dining tables or sunrooms and come in a variety of colors, from pale-blue to snowy-white, to deep pink, and more. Whichever variety you choose, the most important thing to remember about these plants is that they love moist soil (though not soggy), so check a potted hydrangea’s soil every day while it’s in bloom. These plants are also perennials, meaning that with proper care, they will bloom year after year. Keep the plant as cool as possible to prolong flowering time.
Additional Hydrangea Plant Information
Pot Diameter: 6 inches
Average Plant Dimensions: 8″W x 12″H
Brightness: At least 4 hours of bright, indirect light per day.
Sun Exposure: Morning sun with afternoon shade.
Watering: Keep the soil damp, but allow for plenty of drainage to prevent root rot.
Humidity: Average room humidity (around 40-50% relative humidity).
Temperature: Cooler temperatures help prolong flowering, between 60˚ F and 70˚ F.
Poisonous: Can cause digestive problems to animals and people, if ingested.
Plants are a product of Mother Nature and due to variation in monitor resolutions, the exact color tones of this plant may vary.
Plants must be picked up at Cascade Wholesale or delivered to our local delivery area. See our FAQ page for more information.
*In the event that a substitution may be necessary to make certain that your plants arrive at our warehouse on time, we take the utmost care in assuring that your order is as similar to your original flower choice as possible even if this means substituting flowers of higher value. While we will always try to inform under these circumstances, plant substitutions may be shipped without verbal confirmation from you