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Hydrangea macrophylla Noblesse™

A striking combination of crisp white and celery green is softened by the ruffled edges of each flower in this lovely selection.

Hydrangea Noblesse™ is one of the newest selections from this amazing line of great performers. Crisp, celery green flowers are brightened by white centers with complimentary purple eyes. As the blooms mature, the white is not as prominent, turning a more saturated green. A strong grower, with remarkable flower power, Noblesse is a lovely choice for a garden setting,  doubling as the perfect cut flower for weddings and other important events. . Each stem is a bouquet, and even a young plant makes a show worthy of Mother’s Day. Be sure to create a display of these hydrangeas as a gift, perhaps in a planter ready to adorn the doorstep. On the other hand, one stem in a pretty vase at checkout will send customers back to the nursery wanting more. These hydrangeas got their start as strong-stemmed cut flowers, but they have proven to be outstanding plants overall and garden hardy in zones 5 to 8.

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Who Am I?

  • Common Name

    Noblesse Hydrangea
  • Botanical Name

    Hydrangea macrophylla 'Hokomano' PP22696
  • Type

  • Bloom Time

    Summer on old and new wood
  • Bloom Color

    Green and white

Cultural Details

  • Bloom Time

    Summer on old and new wood
  • Size

    24-30" tall by 24-30" wide
  • Hardiness Zone

  • Light

    Part sun-prefers afternoon shade
  • Soil

    Average garden soil
  • Moisture

    Moist, but well drained
  • Disease & Pests

    None known
  • Landscape Use

    Foundations, borders, urban gardens, containers, cutting gardens
  • Propagation

  • Pruning

    If you live in the North: Cut off any dead wood in late May, after the leaves have started to unfurl. If you live in the South: Should you see any dead wood, prune it back to live wood in early spring, after the leaves have started to unfurl.

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