Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea is a lovely plant to include in your garden.


Select a location with soil that drains well and receives some shade. Stay away from places with too much sun because it can burn the delicate flowers of the hydrangea.

This type of hydrangea can reach a height of 6 to 8 feet and spread out to 6 feet, but you can make it smaller by trimming it regularly. This bush with many stems is great for planting in large groups or adding to a hedge or border. The "Vanilla Strawberry" hydrangea plant can thrive in various light conditions, such as full sun, partial sun, or partial shade, making it a flexible shrub for gardens. During autumn, the leaves change to a yellow color before dropping from the trees. This hydrangea can handle air pollution well and is a good choice for planting near roads.

Get the hole ready for planting: Dig a hole that is twice as wide as the root ball of the hydrangea.
Improve the soil by adding natural materials like compost or peat moss to help with drainage and make it more fertile.
Make sure the top of the root ball is even with the soil surface when planting.

Planting the Hydrangea: Gently take the hydrangea out of its pot and softly separate the roots.
Put the hydrangea plant in the hole you have prepared for it and fill it with soil, pressing it softly around the roots.
Give the hydrangea plant plenty of water after planting so the soil can settle around the roots.

Watering: Make sure the soil is always a little wet but not flooded, especially when it doesn't rain for a while.
Water the plants well, making sure the roots get enough water.
Do not water from above, as it can cause fungal infections.