Hydrangeas originated in Japan and China, where it is very popular, but it has also been grown in Europe for a very long time. It can be grown in the garden, in flower pots, boxes on the terrace, but it must not be constantly exposed to strong sunlight.
The name Hydrangea comes from the Greek word "hydor" which means water and "ageion" which means vessel. The name of the flower says that the hydrangea likes a lot of moisture, so it should be watered 2-3 times a day during the summer and in the spring when the days are warm and when they bloom in a warm room.
When the hydrangea blooms, cut the young shoots into two buds. It is best, if possible, to transplant it to a semi-dark place in the garden. When planting, a mixture of deciduous, clay and compost should be added. There will grow a beautiful hydrangea bush over the years that you will enjoy while watching it. If winters are very harsh, it should be protected from freezing.