Hydrangea 'Jip Blue' — premium t-shirt
- Women's t-shirt of classic cut with a pointed neckline. 100% cotton. 180 g weight. Regular cut. Sewn in Poland. Premium product.
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Carefully sewn in Poland, embroidered with a pointed neckline with hemmed sleeves and reinforcing tape at the neck for added comfort and elegance.
Original illustrations, reminiscent of old herbariums, precisely printed with DTG technology: resistant to repeated washing to be a source of joy for a long time.
- 100% cotton
- Fabric weight: (180 gsm).
- Regular cut
- Construction with side seams
- Pointed neckline
- Reinforcement tape on the neck
- Sewn in Poland
French hydrangea 'Jip Blue'
Hydrangea macrophylla 'Jip Blue'
French hydrangea is planted in many European gardens, although its native land is far Asia. Despite its exotic origins, hydrangeas are associated with English manor houses, where heroines from Jane Austen's novels stroll by, admiring the swollen flowers among the luscious greenery. The hydrangea, with its ball-shaped inflorescences, must have been the backdrop for many of the dramatic daily events of English young ladies, which naturally pushed the plant into the background. Fortunately, today hydrangeas, like a beautiful young girl, are very popular - you can even have them on a t-shirt, especially if you already have them in your garden. Garden hydrangeas like permeable, humus and moist soils. They grow well in sunny to semi-shaded positions, but they feel best in a maritime climate: moist and mild, so they require intensive watering, especially on dry and sunny days. 'Jip Blue' is a variety with spectacular dark blue flower color. It is also perfect as a cut flower, as well as for dry compositions.
|Size||Width (A)||Length (B)||Sleeve (C)|
|S||46 cm||62 cm||24 cm|
|M||48 cm||65 cm||25 cm|
|L||50 cm||65 cm||26 cm|
|XL||53 cm||66 cm||27 cm|
|XXL||55 cm||66 cm||28 cm|
How to measure?
The t-shirts are measured flat, loosely. The measurement, which can be found in the table, was taken at the location indicated by the arrows in the picture below: