Posted: 22/08/2015 at 18:27
It does and it is a Macrophylla. Will that make a difference?
Also, my son brought me an identical Hydrangea (white flowering) for mothers day from a florist and have had it in the kitchen window ever since. Its finished flowering and sending out new leaves. Could this be planted into the garden, after ive hardened it off? ive read that gift Hydrangeas are usually bred/grown/fed in a certain way so to make it flower spectacularly and then not so much afterwards.