The Garden Community for Garden Lovers

By Parvenu

Kent, United Kingdom Gb

Hi: I bought a Hydrangea with black stems and lovely white flowers a couple of years ago and it is in a large pot. I have since lost the "identification label" it came with, so now have no idea what it is called, how to care for or prune it. Any ideas what it might be called please? I thought it was a Zorro, but now not so sure as it has two white flowerheads this year - and I thought Zorro was blue or pink. Thank you.



I believe "Zorro" can give white OR pink flowers if it is grown on acid soil, and blue ones on alkaline soil, so you may well be right about the variety.

7 Sep, 2012


Ok Gattina, thank you. I obviously got the soil right then!

8 Sep, 2012

How do I say thanks?

Answer question


Not found an answer?