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Hydrangea
Hydrangea

Description: 
The popularity of these big, bold plants has grown over the few years.  Many people remember Hydrange7as from their childhood.  Today, we're falling in love with them all over again.  Hydrangeas should be sited in moist, rich garden soil in partial sun to fairly deep shade.  Hydrangeas can be categorized into 4 different types: Mophead, lacecap, Oakleaf and panicle.  Each type has its own set of pruning rules and growing requirements.

 
Common Name: Hydrangea
Botanical Name: Hydrangea
Type: Deciduous Shrub
Soil Preference: Prefers moist, well-drained soil with a pH of acidic.
Light Requirements: Partial Sun to Shade.  Some types can tolerate full sun in moist soil.
Attributes: Showy flowers
Pests: Aphids, rose chafers, scales and mites
Diseases: Bacterial wilt, bud or flower blight, powdery mildew, rust
Care: Fertilize with a product for acid loving plants such as Holly-tone.  Follow guidelines on package as well as our Water & Fertilizer schedule.  Be sure that tree roots are not competing with the roots, since this will slow growth dramatically.

See Tree & Shrub Planting Guide
See Hydrangea Care Instructions

Pruning: Since Bigleaf (H. macrophylla), Oakleaf (H. quercifolia) and Lacecap (H. serrata) Hydrangeas bloom on large buds formed on previous season's growth, any pruning should be done immediately after flowering. However, we suggest not to trim these types of Rhododendrons.

Panicle types (H. paniculata) can be trimmed back in early spring to promote new growth and better flower production.

 

Varieties:

This variety listing is for informational purposes only, it is not a catalog. 
To view our catalog or availability, click here

 

Climbing Hydrangea
Hydrangea anomala -  Best grown in well-drained soil in a part shade area.  Will cling and climb via aerial rootlets, attaching itself to many types of surfaces to help it climb. Once established, this vine is quite busy and will require a strong support structure. Can be particularly effective grown against walls (brick, stone or wood) where it can cling and grow vertically. Can also be grown on other types of structures such as arbors, fences, trunks or trees or sprawled along walls, or grown as a ground cover.
 


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Hydrangea anomala petiolaris
Climbing Hydrangea
zones 5-8
 
Description:  An upright vine with clusters of fragrant flowers and showy bracts from late spring to early summer.  Excellent for massive effect on brick or stone walls, arbors and trees.  Becomes quite woody so it will need ample support.
Bloom Color: White
Bloom Time: Late spring
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 20'
Spread:

Smooth Hydrangea
Hydrangea arborescens - The biggest flowers in the Hydrangea family can be found on this group.  Flowers up to 10" across in either white or pink shades bloom every year even after severe pruning or cold winters. These are commonly grown as a hedge as well. They prefer morning sun and afternoon shade or dappled shade all day. One challenge of growing this group is the weight of the blooms.  They become so large and heavy that they tend to bend to the ground.  To help with this problem, you can plant them near a fence, plant a few of them together so they can support one another or surround a young plant with a wire fence.
 

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Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle'
Annablle Smooth Hydrangea
zones 3-9
 
Description:  Large white flowers tower above foliage in June.  Moist, well-drained soil is best.
Bloom Color: White
Bloom Time: June-July
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 4-5'
Spread: 4'


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Hydrangea arborescens 'Bella Anna'
Bella Anna Smooth Hydrangea
zones 3-9
 
Description: A breeding breakthrough. Finally, an arborescens type of hydrangea with a different flower color than white. Large, full mophead flowers that are a rich dark pink color, bloom from early summer through autumn. Forms a tidy rounded mound of green foliage which blends beautifully in the foundation or even a perennial garden.
Bloom Color: Magenta Pink
Bloom Time: June-Fall
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 3-5'
Spread: 3-5'


 



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Hydrangea arborescens 'Incrediball'
Smooth Hydrangea
zones 4-9
 
Description:  A new and improved Annabelle with strong, beefy stems and massive blooms.  Each bloom has roughly 4 times as many flowers as Annabelle and was bred to eliminate flop.  Blooms emerge lime green, change to white and age to green.  A must have!
Bloom Color: White
Bloom Time: June-July
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 4-5'
Spread: 4-5'



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Hydrangea arborescens 'Invincibelle Spirit'
Smooth Hydrangea
zones 3-9
 
Description:  An Annabelle Hydrangea with pink flowers!... and produces new flowers right up until frost.  Unlike many Hydrangeas, the flower buds are produced on new wood, so it will produce flowers even if the stems die back to the ground by extreme weather.
Bloom Color: Pink
Bloom Time: June-July
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 3-4'
Spread: 3-4'

Mophead Hydrangea....
Hydrangea macrophylla - The most popular kind of Hydrangeas grown in home gardens.  Most mopheads are pink or blue in color with just a few available in white. For information on changing flower color by altering the soil pH, click here.  Be sure to grow in an area with protection from hot afternoon sun and keep the soil moist and water in dry weather.  Mopheads do not need to be trimmed back but if you do need or want to trim them to shape, do this before any new buds set (by July).  For any of the Hydrangeas in the Endless Summer family, trimming can be done at any time as they set buds on both new and old wood. The recommended way to trim a Hydrangea is to cut (or even pull) out any dead stems in early spring before leaves sprout.  Dead stems will contain no flower or leaf buds.  This will help to "clean up" the look of the plant.

 


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Hydrangea macrophylla 'Bloomstruck'
Endless Summer Bloomstruck Bigleaf Hydrangea
zones 5-9
 
Description:  A re-blooming addition to the Endless Summer Collection. This mophead flowers on old and new wood and has perfectly rounded flowers averaging 3-5" across. The intense rose-pink, violet or blue flower heads are held upright on striking red-purple stems.
Bloom Color: Pink or Blue
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 3-4'
Spread: 4-5'


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Hydrangea macrophylla 'Blushing Bride'
Blushing Bride Mophead Hydrangea
zones 5-9
 
Description:  A new white flowering selection from the Endless Summer family.  Pure white flowers mature to soft pink.  Re-blooms on new wood for endless color! 
Bloom Color: White
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 3-6'
Spread: 3-6'



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Hydrangea macrophylla 'Cityline Paris'
Cityline Paris Bigleaf Hydrangea
zones 5-9
 
Description:  This new and improved hybrid has tight sturdy stems and excellent mildew resistance. This maintenance free plant will require no pruning! Its intense fuchsia color will pop in your garden.  The flowers age quite nicely into fall. Shown with Impomea vine.
Bloom Color: Fuchsia
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 1-3'
Spread: 1-3'


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Hydrangea macrophylla 'Cityline Vienna'
Cityline Vienna Bigleaf Hydrangea
zones 5-9
 
Description:  This maintenance free plant will require no pruning and that results in more flowers the next coming summer. Its intense fuchsia color will pop in your garden. This is the smallest of the Cityline hydrangeas, and like the others, has excellent disease resistance.
Bloom Color: Fuchsia
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 1-3'
Spread: 1-3'



 

 


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Hydrangea macrophylla 'Endless Summer'
Endless Summer Mophead Hydrangea
zones 4-9
 
Description:  The first macrophylla type to bloom on both old and new wood for large, colorful flower mops all season long!  Remarkably hardy and more mildew resistant than other varieties.  You can be confident that you'll get flowers every year all season long with Endless Summer.
Bloom Color: Blue (pink in alkaline soils)
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 3-5'
Spread: 3-5'



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Hydrangea macrophylla 'Let's Dance Moonlight'
Let's Dance Moonlight Hydrangea
zones 5-9
 
Description: The Let's Dance Hydrangea series represents the next generation of re-blooming Hydrangea.  Don't settle for dull drab Hydrangea flowers - this series kicks up the quality with vivid flower coloration and attractive foliage.  The Let's Dance series blooms on both new wood and old delivering seasons of flowers and lots of wow.  Makes you want to dance.  Bloom color is a rich pink that ages to bright green.  Blue flowers in acidic soils.
Bloom Color: Blue (pink in alkaline soils)
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 3-5'
Spread: 3-5'


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Hydrangea macrophylla 'Let's Dance Rhapsody Blue'
Mophead Hydrangea
zones 5-9
 
Description: The florets have a distinctive geometric shape, and are closely packed into full, richly colored mophead flowers. A real workhorse, it flowers in early summer, then re-blooms later in summer.  The reliable blooms are held up on sturdy stems; a tidy habit and good wilt-resistance add to its appeal.
Bloom Color: Depends on soil pH
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 2-3'
Spread: 2-3'


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Hydrangea macrophylla 'Pia'
Pia Mophead Hydrangea
zones 5-9
 
Description:  Pia is one of the few Hydrangeas that stay pink under conditions that would turn most Hydrangeas blue.  Grows best in afternoon shade with plenty of moisture.
Bloom Color: Pink
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 2-3'
Spread: 2-3'



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Hydrangea macrophylla 'Light-O-Day'
Variegated Hydrangea
zones 5-9
 
Description:  A new variegated form with beautiful lacecap type flowers of blue or pink.  The foliage is a good alternative to some perennials and shrubs such as Hosta in a shade area of your landscape with the added color of the summer blooms.  This selection has shown to be hardy and have good reliable foliage color.  Part of the Endless Summer family.
Bloom Color: Pink or blue (depends on soil pH)
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Variegated green & cream
Height: 3-4'
Spread: 3-4'


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Hydrangea macrophylla 'Twist-n-Shout'
Twist-n-Shout Hydrangea
zones 4-9
 
Description:  Like all plants in the Endless Summer Collection, Twist-n-Shout produces abundant blooms on both old and new wood all summer long.  Lacy deep pink centers are surrounded by gorgeous blossoms of pink or periwinkle blue, depending on soil pH.  Sturdy red stems and deep green leaves turn red-burgundy in the fall to offer year round interest.
Bloom Color: Pink or blue
Bloom Time: All summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 3-5'
Spread: 3-5'

Panicle Hydrangea

Hydrangea paniculata - An easy type of Hydrangea to grow, the paniculata group can tolerate more sun and more pruning practices then typical other types. Prune in fall, winter or early spring.  Be advised, many varieties often get very tall, to 8-10 feet tall and wide.
 



 

 

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Bobo'
Bobo Hydrangea
zones 3-9
 
Description:  This dwarf hydrangea will turn heads!  Bobo is a delightful plant that is engulfed by large white flowers in summer.  The flowers are held upright on strong stems, and continue to grow and lengthen as they bloom.  In fall they can turn pinkish. 
Bloom Color: White
Bloom Time: All summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 30-36"
Spread: 36-48"


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Hydrangea paniculata 'Bombshell'
Bombshell Hydrangea
zones 4-9
 
Description:  A garden breakthrough! With a dwarf growth habit, ‘Bombshell’ is incredibly well branched. Covered in white flowers against dark green foliage from early Summer until frost, this cultivar has more flowers per plant than any other Hydrangea paniculata. With its long bloom time and very compact habit, ‘Bombshell’ is a significantly improved plant in all respects.  It is low maintenance with little to no pruning needed to keep the plant compact and tidy.
Bloom Color: White
Bloom Time: All summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 3-4'
Spread: 3-4'


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Hydrangea paniculata 'Fire Light'
Fire Light Hydrangea
zones 4-8
 
Description:  The new standard to measure all hardy hydrangeas! Upright panicles are packed with florets which transform from pure white to rich pomegranate-pink. Its thick, sturdy stems hold up the beautiful flowers so they are prominently displayed in the garden.
Bloom Color: White
Bloom Time: All summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 5-6'
Spread: 5-6'


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Hydrangea paniculata 'Great Star'
Great Star First Editions Hydrangea
zones 4-8
 
Description:  Flowers open to large white wavy star-shaped florets that can be up to 4" wide. Flowering starts midsummer and will last until the first hard frost. This low maintenance shrub will make a great backdrop in a sun or part shade garden.
Bloom Color: White
Bloom Time: All summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 6-7'
Spread: 7-8'


 

 

 


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Hydrangea paniculata 'Limelight'
Limelight Hydrangea
zones 3-8
 
Description:  An exciting hardy Hydrangea from Holland, 'Limelight' has unique bright chartreuse blooms in mid-summer that hold bright and refreshing color right into autumn when the blooms change color to a rich deep pink. The autumn display of chartreuse and pink blooms on the same plant is breathtaking! The color makes a great addition to the garden and it blends wonderfully with all other colors. Use 'Limelight', either fresh or dried, in bouquets to make a unique floral design. This is an easy to grow plant with reliable flowering and flower color regardless of soil pH or winter temperatures. The flower heads are of good size, ranging from 6 to 12 inches and are held upright on the shrub. The blooms are well distributed making a very nice plant and display.
Bloom Color: White/Green/Pink
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 6-7'
Spread: 7-8'












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Hydrangea paniculata 'Little Lamb'
Little Lamb Panicle Hydrangea
zones 3-8
 
Description:  A sweet compact hardy Hydrangea from Belgium. Little Lamb is unique because its flower petals are the smallest and most delicate of any Hydrangea. These little flowers are held in tight, but delicate flower heads that look like dancing lambs floating above this compact shrub. This special shrub blooms in mid-summer and lasts into autumn. The pure white blooms light up a garden and blend wonderfully with all other colors. Flowers may turn pink in the fall. Use Little Lamb in bouquets either fresh or dried to make a unique floral design. This is an easy to grow plant with reliable flowering and flower color regardless of soil pH. The blooms are well distributed making a very nice plant and display.  Tolerates sun.
Bloom Color: White
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 4-6'
Spread: 4-6'










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Hydrangea paniculata 'Little Lime'
Little Lime Panicle Hydrangea
zones 3-8
 
Description:  Compared to its famous sibling ‘Limelight’, Little Lime hardy hydrangea (Hydrangea paniculata) may seem like a pipsqueak. Don’t let this petite shrub fool you. While maintaining its short stature of 3-5’ tall and wide, it really packs a visual punch in the garden. In summer, lime green blooms open on strong stems – no drooping here. As it ages, rich pink coloring emerges to prolong the show through fall. Little Lime hydrangea is small enough to grow in containers and also stands out as a bold mass planting. Its bright bloom coloration makes it an excellent choice for cut flower gardens and can be used fresh or dried. This reliable performer blooms on new wood, so a quick trim in late winter or early spring will encourage fresh growth and an abundance of buds. Like most hardy hydrangeas, it is hardy to Zone 3 and does best in full sun or part shade.  Summer flowers open soft green and turn pink and burgundy in fall.
Bloom Color: White
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 3-5'
Spread: 3-5'


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Hydrangea paniculata 'Polar Bear'
Polar Bear Panicle Hydrangea
zones 3-9
 
Description:  Huge florets give this new hydrangea a nice, full appearance. Large panicles are packed with pure white flowers. The outrageously oversized flowers are help up nicely by sturdy stems, so this plant is very showy in gardens or containers.
Bloom Color: White
Bloom Time: July-August
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 6-8'
Spread: 6-8'



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Hydrangea paniculata 'Quick Fire'
Quick Fire Panicle Hydrangea
zones 3-8
 
Description:  The first to bloom! Quick Fire blooms about a month before other Hydrangea paniculata (hardy hydrangea) varieties. Extend the hydrangea season in your garden with a planting of Quick Fire Hydrangea. Flowers open white then turn pink, and will be an extremely dark rosy-pink in the fall. Quick and easy to grow. The flowers on Quick Fire are not affected by soil pH. They are produced on 'new wood' and will bloom after even the harshest winters. Beautiful for use as a cut (fresh or dried) flower. Plant with 'Little Lamb' and 'Limelight' for months of hydrangea flowers.
Bloom Color: White/Pink
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 6-8'
Spread: 3-5'


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Hydrangea paniculata 'Snow Mountain'
Snow Mountain Panicle Hydrangea
zones 3-8
 
Description:  An improvement over 'Kyushu'.  The glossy leaves and early July bloom sets this tree apart from the others.  The blooms are bigger and fuller than the older Kyushu variety.  This tree can take the heat of the summers better than the rest.
Bloom Color: White
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 8'
Spread: 10'













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Hydrangea paniculata 'Tardiva'
Tardiva Panicle Hydrangea
zones 3-8
 
Description:  A (tree form shown)  White cone-shaped flowers bloom August to September.  Flowers bloom white and fade to shades of cream and pink.  Can cut back in spring to encourage new growth and better flower productions.
Bloom Color: White
Bloom Time: August-September
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 6-8'
Spread: 6'


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Hydrangea paniculata 'Tickled Pink'
Tickled Pink Panicle Hydrangea
zones 5-9
 
Description:  You'll be tickled pink by the extraordinary flowers on this Hydrangea.  Each bloom is completely covered by the sterile flower petals and each petal recurves giving the blossoms a full, frilly, lacy appearance.  The blooms start out white before turning rosy pink.
Bloom Color: White to Pink
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 4-5'
Spread: 5-6'








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Hydrangea paniculata 'Vanilla Strawberry'
Vanilla Strawberry Panicle Hydrangea
zones 5-9
 
Description:  A delicious new creation from France!  The enormous flower panicles are a blend of vanilla and strawberry, held upright on red stems.  They emerge creamy white in mid-summer, change to pink and finally to strawberry red.  The habit is upright becoming cascading later in the season.
Bloom Color: White/Pink
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 6-7'
Spread: 4-5'

Mountain Hydrangea
Hydrangea serrata - Similar traits to macrophylla but with distinguishable lacecap-type flowers. Most are pink or blue in color with just a few available in white. For information on changing flower color by altering the soil pH, click here. Prefers moist, well-drained soil. Supplemental water may be needed in very hot weather. Pruning is typically not needed, but it may be pruned to shape immediately after the spring bloom. Fertilize in spring with a controlled release fertilizer.
 


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Hydrangea serrata 'Tiny Tuff Stuff'
Re-blooming Mountain Hydrangea
zones 5-9
Description:  A hardy re-bloomer! Extremely bud-hardy, each year it produces abundant lacecap flowers comprised of doubled sepals. Flower color will vary from pink to blue, depending on soil pH, and tip down in a distinctive arching fashion.
Bloom Color: Pink or Blue (depending on soil pH)
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 4'
Spread: 3'


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Hydrangea serrata 'Tuff Stuff'
Re-blooming Mountain Hydrangea
zones 5-9
 
Description:  A hardy re-bloomer! Its reddish-pink lacecap flowers create a mass of color in early summer, and it continues to produce new flowers right up until frost. The semi-double to double florets begin with creamy coloration in the center before maturing to an intense pink.
Bloom Color: Pink or Blue (depending on soil pH)
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 2-3'
Spread: 2-3'


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Hydrangea serrata 'Tutu'
Mountain Hydrangea
zones 5-9
 
Description:  Beautiful swirls of soft pink sterile florets encircle the rich pink fertile flowers in a parade of twirling blooms. This charming bud-hardy hydrangea is very showy. Flowers may turn purple or blue in acidic soils.
Bloom Color: Pink
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 2-3'
Spread: 2-3'
 

Oakleaf Hydrangea
Hydrangea quercifolia - A native to the U.S., the Oakleaf type is dramatic with it's multiple seasons of interest.  Large white spring flowers, large oakleaf-type leaves in summer, and pretty red fall color add to the beauty of this plant group. Unlike the mophead, these prefer drier roots and will not tolerate "wet feet". They can also tolerate more sun then the mopheads. Oakleaf types normally do not need any trimming.  If you do need to trim, follow the rules in place for the mophead group.
 


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Hydrangea quercifolia 'Little Honey'
Oakleaf Hydrangea
zones 5-8
 
Description:  A golden sport of Hydrangea 'Pee Wee'.  Large oakleaf-shaped leaves unfurl a brilliant gold in early spring and the color remains well into summer, eventually darkening to green just as the huge white bloom trusses appear.  Fall color and stems are brilliant scarlet!
Bloom Color: White
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Gold to Green
Height: 4'
Spread: 3'


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Hydrangea quercifolia 'Pee Wee'
Oakleaf Hydrangea
zones 5-9
 
Description:  A nice, dwarf and compact form of Oakleaf Hydrangea with white flowers blooming in early summer.   The flowers fade to light pink and the leathery leaves turn a superb burgundy autumn color.
Bloom Color: White
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 3-4'
Spread: 3-4'


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Hydrangea quercifolia 'Ruby Slippers'
Oakleaf Hydrangea
zones 5-9
 
Description: Profuse and exceptionally large 9" flower panicles open white, aging to deep pink, are held above the deeply lobed oak-like foliage. Compact, dense form is highlighted by mahogany red hues in the fall. Can be used as a specimen, hedge or in the mixed shrub border.
Bloom Color: White
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 3-5'
Spread: 5'


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Hydrangea quercifolia 'Snowflake'
Oakleaf Hydrangea
zones 5-9
 
Description: A very special Oakleaf hydrangea because the blooms appear to be double.  The florets continue to open throughout summer making 'Snowflake' have a MUCH longer bloom time than any of the single varieties.  Do not confuse 'Snowflake' for the very similar 'Snow Queen', which bears single flowers.
Bloom Color: White
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 5-6'
Spread: 4-5'


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Hydrangea quercifolia 'Snow Queen'
Oakleaf Hydrangea
zones 5-9
 
Description:  Large, tightly packed pure white flower panicles are held upright to create a unique summer flower display.  The flowers fade to light pink and the leathery leaves turn a superb burgundy autumn color.
Bloom Color: White
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage Color: Green
Height: 4-6'
Spread: 3-5'
 

 

 

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