Rating
Be the first to write a review

Moss Mountain Farm Rhythmic Blue Hydrangea

603-250
SHARE THIS
$27.95
or 2 FlexPay of $13.98
S&H: $5.00

This item is eligible for gift options.

Credit Card

HSN Credit Card Perks & Offers Apply online or call 1-800-695-1418.

  • ExtraFlex available when paying with the HSN Card. Select the FlexPay option above and then select ExtraFlex. Apply Now

Overview & Details

Moss Mountain Farm Rhythmic Blue Hydrangea 
Shake up your garden with some rhythm and blues. The Rhythmic Blue hydrangea features pink to rich blue flowers and geometric florets closely packed on sturdy stems. They make an excellent border plant and add variety and beauty to cut flower arrangements too. This very hearty plant prefers well-drained soil, though soil pH will not affect its bloom color. Catch the rhythm of this radiant hydrangea!

What You Get

  • Rhythmic Blue Hydrangea potted in a 1-quart pot
  • Planting guide
  • Manufacturer's 45-day limited warranty

Good to Know

  • Plant is alive and growing at the time of shipment. 
This item is not for sale to customers in Alaska, Hawaii, Guam, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. It cannot be shipped to a P.O. Box. Orders must have a physical address.
Shop all Moss Mountain Farm

Key Specs

Collection Name: Hydrangea Let's Dance Rhythmic Blue
Plant Form: Potted plant
Common Plant Name: Hydrangea
Family: Hydrangeaceae
Genus: Hydrangea
Species: macrophylla 'SMHMES14'
Evergreen/Deciduous: Deciduous
Annual/Perennial: Perennial
Time To Reach Full Maturity: 2 to 3 growing seasons (2' per year)
Height at Maturity: 2' to 3'
Spread at Maturity: 3' to 4'
Country of Origin: USA

Care

Pot Size/Shape: 1-quart pot
Preferable Soil Type: A mixture of compost, good garden soil, peat moss, sand or well-rotted manure (whatever is available for a good loose growing medium)
Sun/Shade Requirements: Full to partial sun
Watering Requirements: Newly set plants need moisture so they can grow a new root system. During the spring months there is usually enough moisture in the ground for hydrangea plants, but if several weeks pass without rain, give them a good watering once a week. This should also be done during the dry summer months. Established plants do not require as much watering except during dry spells and the hot summer months.
USDA Hardiness Zone(s): 5 through 9
Planting Space Distance: 3' to 4'
Bloom Period: Summer to early fall

Features

Hydrangea "Let's Dance® Rhythmic™ Blue"
  • Florets have a distinctive geometric shape and are closely packed into full, richly colored mop head flowers upon sturdy stems
  • Wonderful reblooming variety with pink to rich blue flowers
  • Soil pH does not affect bloom color
  • Outstanding in a mixed border
  • Wonderful variety for cut flower arrangements
  • Prefers well-drained soil
  • Very hardy

Planting instructions
  • If you cannot plant immediately after receiving a shipment of hydrangea, place your plants in cool location. This will keep them safe for a few days.
  • The soil where you plan to plant your hydrangea should be worked into a good loose condition to a depth of at least 12" to 15"
  • Incorporate, in the hole, a mixture of compost, good garden soil, peat moss, sand or well-rotted manure (whatever is available for a good loose growing medium)
  • Remove plant from pot and plant level with soil line. Your plant should not be placed deeper than where the foliage and root join.
  • Fill hole, firm the soil and water well. Make sure there are no air pockets.
  • Hydrangea should be spaced 3' to 4' on each side or as you can use it as a feature plant
  • Cover with mulch to control weeds and retain moisture. Do not mound the mulch onto the stem.

Continuing care
  • Newly set plants need moisture so they can grow a new root system. During the spring months there is usually enough moisture in the ground for hydrangea plants, but if several weeks pass without rain, give them a good watering once a week. This should also be done during the dry summer months.
  • Established plants do not require as much watering except during dry spells and the hot summer months
  • Fertilize in early spring

Winterizing instructions
  • A light mulch will benefit your hydrangea
  • Northern regions may require heavier mulching
  • Hydrangeas go dormant in the winter and but will retain the dried flower head. If needed, you may prune them in late winter/early spring, though it's not necessary.

REVIEWS

Moss Mountain Farm Rhythmic Blue Hydrangea

At HSN, we love our customers… and their opinions. Share your thoughts by writing a Customer Review. Not only will your voice be heard, but you can:

  • Elevate your favorites to Customer Picks
  • Share your insider knowledge with other shoppers
  • Help determine what types of products we sell
So go ahead and dish… we’re all listening!

Moss Mountain Farm