Collecting is one of the current trends in interiors. There is great interest in everything to do with nature. This is reiminscent of the explorers of yesteryear, who came back with natural treasures from far-off continents. Now we enthusiastically collect botanical pictures, which are given a place of honour on the wall. Shells, stones and other natural finds are displayed like jewels under glass domes.
The indoor hydrangea blooms with white, pink, blue, purple and red umbels with a diameter from 10 cm to as much as 25 cm. Each umbel consists of many small flowers. The young umbels start off green, but then gradually develop colour. The indoor hydrangea is a strong plant which is easy to look after. Water it regularly in order to keep the soil damp. Add liquid plant food to the water once a fortnight. Do not place the hydrangea in direct sunlight.Find out all about the hydrangea at www.hydrangeaworld.com
The latest hydrangea variety is ‘Curly Wurly’. This beauty has eye-catching curled flowers, which distinguishes it from other hydrangeas. The ‘Curly Wurly’ is available in blue and pink.
Hydrangea colours and shapes are perfect for taking fabulous and lavish photographs. Take a look at the photographs on this page.