Puffer Fish Hydrangea-bush

Think of the Puffer Fish hydrangea as a bigger, more puffed up version of the Bobo hydrangea, with fluffy white blooms that adorn the plant from early summer through early fall. When planted in an area that receives at least 6+ hours of sun daily, this hydrangea can grown to be about 3-5‘ h x 3-5‘ w. Although the Puffer Fish can adapt to most soil types, it prefers a good loamy soil and adequate watering. If cut and/or dried flowers are your thing, then this beauty won’t disappoint. Not much of a gardner? No worries as this shrub requires little maintenance. Each spring ammending the 1st layer of soil around the shrub with a good quality fertilzer like Bio-tone or Plant Tone (that can be obtained at our nursery) followed by a fresh layer of mulch, will ensure a good seasonal start.

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