Be dazzled by more flowers

Endless Summer®

A flower explosion. Blooms on last seasons AND new growth.

Traditional Hydrangeas

Bloom ONLY on last seasons growth.


Be dazzled by more flowers with Endless Summer®. Discover the myriad terrace, balcony or garden possibilities and go to your favourite garden center.


Decorate your garden easily with Endless Summer® and enjoy your time with family and friends in style. No green thumbs needed to make your garden looks fabulous, the rebloomers of Endless Summer® got you covered. Tip: Endless Summer® is perfect for planting underneath trees or lovely as natural fence.


In a blink and an eye, some eyecatchers on your terrace. With its colourful blooms, an Endless Summer® hydrangea makes any terrace look stunning. Less hassle: Endless Summer® can remain in the pots in winter. Cover the pots a bit against frost to prevent damage to plants and containers. And next year, you’ll even have a bigger flower explosion.


Be dazzled by more flowers. Let’s sit outside and create a cosy balcony to spend time with your spouse. While waiting for your friends to arrive, you put your Endless Summer® hydrangeas in stylish decorative pots. In a jiffy, you’ve transformed your balcony into a classy place to sit for drinks and nibbles.

Care tips

Experience life in full bloom with Endless Summer® Hydrangea with very limited effort.


These breathtaking hydrangeas bring life into full bloom. Get bedazzled and easy enjoyment with Endless Summer®. Meet the collection!

Pop Star®

Hydrangea macrophylia

Pop Star® is a super re-bloomer! This powerhouse of a plant produces a wealth of new buds that quickly transform into an abundance of blooms. Flower colour may vary, depending on soil type.

Summer Love®

Hydrangea macrophylla

Summer Love® brings florist-quality blooms in a vibrant raspberry or purple colour to your garden or patio container. Flower colour may vary, depending on soil type.


Hydrangea macrophylla

BloomStar® is a picture to behold with its signature pompom flowers and impressive tolerance to heat. Flower colour may vary, depending on soil type.

The Bride

Hydrangea macrophylla

The Bride its beautiful white flowers have a surprise in store! At the end of the flowering season, they mature into gorgeous hues of blush pink or soft blue. Flower colour may vary, depending on soil type.


Hydrangea macrophylla

Twist-n-Shout® produces an endless summer of stunning deep pink, or periwinkle blue lacecap flowers, from summer through autumn. Flower colour may vary, depending on soil type.

The Original

Hydrangea macrophylla

The Original is sure to deliver an endless summer of sensational blue or pink flower balls, from late spring through to autumn. Flower colour may vary, depending on soil type.

Info & contact

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If the leaves are curling, it’s probably aphids. You can tackle aphids with drenching the leaves with dish soap and water. If there are holes in the leaves, it could be beetles. Pesticides may be effective, but picking them off and dropping them in a pail of soapy water works too. If something is eating just the new leaves, look for signs of slugs. To battle them, pour some beer in a shallow dish and place it in the garden next to the plant.

Before you go straight to fertilizing, take a moment to rule out overwatering (damp yellow) or lack of water (crispy or dead). Next look at the foliage for signs of disease or insect damage. Could there have been a drift from a weed killer that might be distorting the foliage? With those things in mind, check for signs that nutrients are lacking. Here’s a helpful guide:

  • Light green foliage and yellowing mature foliage can be a sign that a plant needs nitrogen.
  • Chlorosis (light green leaves with dark green veins) can be a signal that a plant needs potassium.
  • If older leaves are turning purple at the base and other leaves are dull, dark-green, there could be a deficiency of phosphorous.

If none of these fit the bill or if you’re not sure, a soil test can help answer questions about missing nutrients. As always, ask your local garden center professional for guidance in selecting the best fertilizer for your soil and plants. That’s what they’re there for!

Spacing your plants depends on the variety and your desired look. If you’d like to create a hedge, plant a bit closer together. And if you like some delineation of lines between the plants, you can add a little breathing room. Each variety also has a different size at maturity, so you’ll want to keep that in mind. For example, Summer Crush® hydrangea matures to 18-36” wide, so you’ll want to plant them roughly 36” on center to give them enough room to breathe. Having space for airflow helps prevent any disease occurrence on the leaves.

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