Hydrangeas naturally become 'Antique' or 'Heirloom,' or 'Vintage.' Fresh blooms are allowed to remain on the plant, and in time, they gracefully mature, and display beautiful marbling, with their colors developing into any number of the mellow tones of Autumn: Green, hazel, brown, sepia, camel, beige, red, burgundy. Once a hydrangea bloom has become "Antique," its petals will become dried there's no chance of wilting.
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HISTORY: Hydrangea are widely cultivated in the gardens of China and Japan. Fossils of parts of Hydrangea plants have been found in regions of China and North America.
AVAILABILITY: September - November