So pretty, it's hard to believe it could be so tough! But that's Invincibelle Mini Mauvette smooth hydrangea: despite the delicate color of its abundant blooms, it's a super sturdy and durable plant, with strong supportive stems that always keep the flowers upright. Thick, deep green foliage comes to an unusual point, providing additional texture. Invincibelle Mini Mauvette hydrangea is the ideal choice for all gardens, but gardeners in cold climates will especially love that it allows them to grow a brilliant pink hydrangea with all the reliability of 'Annabelle'.
What makes Invincibelle Mini Mauvette different from other smooth hydrangeas?
- Uniquely colorful mauve-pink flowers
- Exceptionally sturdy stems - very rigid and strong
- Extra-petite habit is easy to use in the landscape or garden for a spot of summer color
Name: Hydrangea arborescens 'NCHA7' pp#30,358, cbraf
Hardiness: USDA zones 4-8
Height + width: 2.5-3'
Light: Full to part sun
Soil: Any well-drained soil will do. Though dry conditions are unlikely to harm an established plant, prolonged drought will severely limit floral life.
Pruning: Blooms on new wood; prune back by one-third in late winter/early spring for better habit and a slight improvement in stem strength.
Water: Average water needs. Does not tolerate wet conditions.
Fertilizer: Fertilize once in early spring with a rose fertilizer if desired.
Bloom time: Summer, early fall
Bloom color: Deep mauve-pink, opening to purple-pink, and aging to pink-green
Uses: Invincibelle Mini Mauvette hydrangea can be used in any landscape or garden application, but thanks to its petite size, neat habit, and super flowering abilities, it makes an excellent choice for including in perennial gardens and flower beds. Very nice in containers, too.
NO RISK 60 DAY GUARANTEE
We've got you covered with our 60-day guarantee. We guarantee that you will be satisfied with your purchase and that your plants will arrive healthy, free of pests and diseases, and true to name.
Have a problem with your plant? We make it easy to place a claim via email or use the chat bubble. Simply send us a photo of your plant, your order number, and a brief description of the problem within 60 days of receipt of your order. Orders from US are eligible for refund or replacement; Canadian orders are eligible only for refunds. All refunds are based on the plant cost and do not include shipping charges. Allow up to 2 weeks for processing refunds.
After 60 days, we cannot be responsible for the plants in your care and will not cover problems with overwintering, animals, insects, diseases, improper planting, drought, flooding, poor drainage, etc. Our goal is that you are successful with our plants (and gardening in general), so our expert staff is here to assist you with any problem you may experience.
Any plant shipped dormant in spring is guaranteed to break dormancy, even if it takes longer than 60 days.
Please note: our guarantee does not cover plants grown outside of their recommended growing zones. Verify your USDA zone by clicking 'Growing Zone' in the site navigation and entering your zip code before purchasing.
FALL GUARANTEE – SHIPPING FROM SEPTEMBER 1 – END OF FALL SEASON
Did you receive an order after September 1? If so, it falls under our fall guarantee. We want to ensure your plants establish in your garden and return the following spring. Therefore, the warranty on your plants is extended to May 31 the next year. Ensure you contact us with images, your order number, and a description of the problem before May 31.
OUR ROBUST PLANTS
We ship plants with hefty root systems that outperform smaller plants obtained from other mail-order nurseries.
We take great pride in our packaging. Please contact us immediately for any damaged boxes or shortages. (Please note: multiple boxes shipped by Fed Ex might not always arrive the same day)
Any plant shipped dormant in the spring is guaranteed to break dormancy even if it takes more than one month. Call us directly if you have any concerns.
Photos of the plant(s) will be required so that we may provide the best assistance possible
A plant refund is based on the plant cost less discounts and shipping charges. Allow up to 2 weeks for processing. We reserve the right to request a return of an item.
After 60 days, we cannot be responsible for product that is in your care. This includes overwintering, animals, insects, diseases, poor planting, plants beyond their hardiness zone, drought, flooding, etc. Our expert staff is here to assist you with any problem you may be experiencing. Our goal is that you are successful with our product.
Despite watering, and partial sun/shade it died in three weeks. Not placing blame, just stating what happened
Hello! We're sorry to hear that you had trouble with your hydrangea. We do have a 60-day guarantee on all of our plants. If you received your plants within that timeframe, we will be happy to apply your warranty. Please email photos of the plant to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be happy to assist you further. Happy Gardening!
It is growing and getting bigger but has not bloomed.
Great service, great plants
still waiting for growth!
I never ordered plants online before and was a little nervous how it would go. But when I got these plants, I knew my skepticism was unjustified. The plants were healthy, vibrant, bushy, full, nice and green. I was impressed with the fantastic packaging. They arrived right when they said they would. I followed directions for a period of rest, then planted. In the month or so they have been in the ground, our weather was crazy. We went from freezing cold to 96 degrees in 3 weeks! In between we had a deluge of rain for days on end! These plants made it through it all just fine. I covered them during the freezing weather, and have been keeping them moist, well watered and mulched in the heat wave. I hope I am not overdoing with the water but they are on the west side and get full afternoon hot sun. Because of where I planted them, I think I will have to keep them well watered in for the remainder of their lives. I am just wondering if anyone sees this is it possible to over water in these conditions? I know the plants are moist, but not standing in water.