- Bigleaf Hydrangea
- Height: 1-3 feet
- Hardiness Zone:5-9
- Exposure: Part Shade-Part Sun
- Bloom Time: July-October
- Each Quart contains 1 Cityline® Venice Hydrangea Plant
The Cityline® Venice Hydrangea Plant is another dwarf variety that grows on medium-green, compact, mounding foliage that rarely needs pruning to retain its tidy appearance. Prune the deadheads immediately after the flowers fade, as the Cityline varieties bloom on old wood. Flowers will range from the brightest periwinkle blue (<7.0 pH) to hot rosy fuchsia (>7.0 pH). This Proven Winners® selection will be gorgeous!
Cityline® Venice Hydrangea macrophylla 'Venice Raven' USPP 10,928
Companion Planting: Aster, Astilbe, Dicentra, Viburnum
"Great Cityline Venice"
Jolanta W. on 7/16/2014 9:24:16 AM
Comment: I'm very happy with my purchase, the plant came so nicely packed so there's no way of any damage during shipping. My new Hydrangea had all healthy green leaves & is already planted in my garden. It's already over a week or so and I can tell it will grow well here. I cannot wait now to see blooms
Shaunda YvetteT on 5/8/2014 12:20:53 PM
Comment: Just what my mom wanted!!! She is very pleased with her Venice Hydrangeas, will definitely order from you again!!
Shaunda YvetteT on 5/8/2014 12:19:15 PM
Comment: Fast delivery, and the Venice Hydrangea flowers are beautiful!!
Sheila S on 9/27/2013 4:41:09 PM
Comment: Arrived with some dead. I grow them now so I didn't ask for a replacement. They bounced back within 2 1/2 weeks time. Really hard to really die off.
"Cityline Venice Hydrangea"
Paula A on 7/6/2012 11:58:38 AM
Comment: I received a very healthy plant and received it rather quickly I might add. When I potted the Venice Hydrangea it was doing well in the sun, but because temperatures have been extremely hot here in Georgia, the leaves got a little scorch, so I had to move it. But other than that incident, the plant is doing very well. I can't wait until it blooms.
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