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M. (Nevada)
Smooth hydrangea

The plants came bigger than I expected for 1 quart size. These plants have grown about 6 inches now. Our summer was unusually hot this year. The ones without afternoon shade didn’t grow as good as the plants in afternoon shade.

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S.P. (Delaware)
Small but healthy plants

I purchased two Invincibelle Spirit II hydrangeas in the quart size. Plants arrived healthy but small. They've been in the ground for about 6 weeks here in zone 7a and have almost doubled in size, now about 8-10 inches tall. No straggly branches or fallen leaves. I don't expect flowering until next summer. I've been giving the plants plenty of water. I fed with Espoma Bio-Tone when they were planted in mid-April. I plan to fertilize with Rose-Tone soon (early June). Overall I am happy with my purchase, just wish I could have afforded the more mature gallon size plants.

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O. (California)
Fail

I was very surprised that this plant was such a fail. Last fall, I planted the Invincibelle Spirit II along with five other hydrangeas into a new big raised container bed. The other five are thriving but the Invincibelle did not leaf out. Sigh. Now I have a "hole" and whatever I put there will be a year behind the other hydrangeas.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
33%
(1)
33%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
33%
(1)
M
M. (Nevada)
Smooth hydrangea

The plants came bigger than I expected for 1 quart size. These plants have grown about 6 inches now. Our summer was unusually hot this year. The ones without afternoon shade didn’t grow as good as the plants in afternoon shade.

S
S.P. (Delaware)
Small but healthy plants

I purchased two Invincibelle Spirit II hydrangeas in the quart size. Plants arrived healthy but small. They've been in the ground for about 6 weeks here in zone 7a and have almost doubled in size, now about 8-10 inches tall. No straggly branches or fallen leaves. I don't expect flowering until next summer. I've been giving the plants plenty of water. I fed with Espoma Bio-Tone when they were planted in mid-April. I plan to fertilize with Rose-Tone soon (early June). Overall I am happy with my purchase, just wish I could have afforded the more mature gallon size plants.

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O. (California)
Fail

I was very surprised that this plant was such a fail. Last fall, I planted the Invincibelle Spirit II along with five other hydrangeas into a new big raised container bed. The other five are thriving but the Invincibelle did not leaf out. Sigh. Now I have a "hole" and whatever I put there will be a year behind the other hydrangeas.