A beautiful hydrangea with very large flower clusters - considerably larger than those of its cousin 'Limelight' - 'Skyfall makes a magnificent feature plant in the garden or on the patio.
Each year strong, upright stems are produced with lush mid green foliage and these become topped with huge conical panicles of flowers supported on strong stems. The buds open to hyacinth-like flowers in a delicate shade of lime green, maturing to a gleaming white and lasting for weeks before flushing with delicate pink.
Hydrangea 'Skyfall' makes a premium standout border plant and is equally at home in a large patio planter. The fresh blooms - if you can bear to cut them - are imposing in a vase and the dried flowerheads can be used as a permanent decoration.
Naturally sturdy, it needs very little maintenance and will thrive in neutral to acid, free-draining soil in a sunny or part-shaded spot.
Supplied as an established plant in a 9cm pot, Skyfall makes a stunning specimen, growing to approx. 2.5m in 10 years.
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