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These are Very Very Large - Great Size, Full Plants and Full of Beautiful Color. Florist Quality, Specimen Hydrangeas. I used to get these for my Mom each year. Available for a limited time and limited numbers. We will likely sell out. Reserve yours asap. These will be available for pick up at: the original Thom's Market 1418 Barton Springs Road, Austin Tx 78704 Thursday afternoon 5/10/18 from 1-5pm only. Thom's Market is a so very cool place!
We sold out of the two earlier batches of these, but we still have some available in our Third Batch,
This Third Batch Eta Thursday 5/10/18 1-5pm Pick up at Thom's Market ORDER DEADLINE is Monday 5/7/18 for Thursday 5/10/18 1-5pm pick up. These should be open and in full color. Please order as early as possible now through 5/7/18 to insure availability
We have a limited time - $50 Discount code for this item available if you visit our facebook page 'Pots & Plants' - discount code expires 4/23/18
* These Hydrangeas can be planted in the ground in Austin. If planting in the ground, they would bloom for their 4-6 week peak bloom season, then likely would be green the rest of the growing season until first frost. The leaves would die off and you would have bare stalks that would need to be kept and NOT be prunned back. The flower buds for next year would be on those bare stalks - if you prunned them down, you would be removing next years blooms. New leaves would normally sprout along those bare stems the following Spring, and flowerbuds from those bare stalks would emerge and likely bloom again. In Austin, the blues and purple shades would likely try to revert back to pink shades because our soil pH is very high. So a little bit problematic when planting in the ground here. We used to get them for my Mom each year, and let her enjoy their beautiful charm while blooming, then get her a new batch the following year. We basically treated them like really nice floral arrangements that lasted longer than floral arrangements usually do. Another opiton would be to plant them up in larger size pots so that you could move them out of sight when the stalks are bare, and also it would be an easier way to acidify the potting soil to keep the shades of color right. Regardless of what you do with them, we think you will love them.