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Last updated 11.09.2018

Ideal for the back of a border. Leaves narrow and hairy. Flowers pink and mauve. Reasonably drought resistant. Prefers sunny aspect but not in late afternoon. Hydrangea aspera is a species of flowering plant in the family Hydrangaceae, native to the region between the Himalayas, across southern China, to Taiwan. It is a large, erect deciduous shrub growing to 3 m (10 ft)] tall and wide, with broadly oval leaves. The flowers are typically borne in large flat heads in late summer, and are in variable shades of pale blue and pink, fringed by white or pale pink sterile florets. The Latin aspera means "rough-textured" and refers to the downy lower surface of the leaves

Hydrangea Aspera Villosa

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