Is it possible to successfully grow Hydrangea indoors?
After Easter, many potted Hydrangea flowers will be put on sale price in grocery stores. I might buy one. But, is it possible to successfully grow Hydrangea indoors?
I realize Hydrangea is a diverse group. My original question is for the most common type sold in stores. I think they are cultivated from Hydrangea macrophylla.
Let me be more specific. My questions are:
(1) Is it a good idea to keep a potted Hydrangea in doors all year round? The answer seems to be no so far.
(2) Is it possible, with sun deck and winter garage, to keep Hydrangea semi-indoors, with success?
(3) Will a Hydrangea grow so large that it is not suitable for normal ports?
This post was edited by jujujojo on Fri, Mar 29, 13 at 10:45