Hot Pink Blossoms on Showy, Black Stems Hydrangea (Big Leaf Hydrangea) Abracadabra Orb, Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Hororb’, will certainly add an unusual and charming look to your landscape. Its unique mop-head flowers will provide an excellent summer color to your mixed border too. The flowers first emerge green and peach then mature to hot pink. These hot pink blossoms standout out on the showy black satin stems; stems are very interesting even without blooms! If you want a blue flower color you need to add aluminum sulfate to the soil. Blooming on old wood from summer through fall, Hydrangea Abracadabra™ Orb usually requires no pruning but may be trimmed after flowering. It is best to fertilize this hydrangea in early spring with the recommended rate of slow release fertilizer. Deadhead immediately after the flowers fade to ensure prolific flowering year after year. This will preserve their somewhat pristine but always attractive habit. Use this plant for flower cutting, in borders, containers, or mass plantings. Zones 5-9. * Hot Pink for your garden!.
This NEW Dwarf Hydrangea is a Game-changer! The Annabelle Hydrangeas are a best-seller and have remained so popular for decades. Almost every grandma had some at their home. Pure white blooms that formed huge mop-head flowers that put on quite a show. Along comes Hydrangea Invincibelle Wee WhiteImagine that same plant that Grandma used to grow but now in a dwarf form. Once established only getting 18”- 30” tall and maybe spreading up to 36” wide. The large white flowers are perfectly formed and start coming in early summer. Best of all, the stems are bred specifically to be strong, no more drooping flowers! Then…They continue to explode with new flowers continuously throughout the summer! Gamechanger! Imagine Wee White repeated in your perennial border. Imagine a foundation planting across the front your home — beautiful. Use them in your shrub border for that added pop of color. What about planting them in mass creating a monochromatic all white garden contrasted with the shades of green from the foliage. You’ll have a classic landscape your neighbors will be jealous of for sure! Be sure to include them in your cutting garden, and why not a backdrop to your vegetable garden too? Edible landscapes are so hot right now, and there is no reason that a plant like Wee White can’t be included in with your edibles. Your Invincibelle Wee White Hydrangeas are very carefree and so very easy to grow. They will thrive in zones 3a-9b. Their strong stems support the huge flowers if they are grown in part shade to full sun (about 6 hours of sun or more for the best flowering). Hydrangeas like a shredded mulch around the base to retain moisture and keep the weeds at bay. Additional water will be beneficial during the drier periods, and produce the largest flowers and keep them coming. We have a very limited quantity of this new dwarf hydrangea introduction. Hydrangea Wee White is a game-changer. Order yours today!.
Huge Flowers All Summer Long in the Shade Hydrangeas are the stars of any shade garden. Endless Summer® Blushing Bride Hydrangea (Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Blushing Bride’) is a standout among the stars. This lovely shrub produces big mop-head type blooms – and when we say ‘big’ we mean BIG – up to 8 in diameter! The beautiful blooms start out white and slowly transition into a light pink blush as the flowers mature. If the flowers alone aren’t enough to entice you to plant this beauty in your garden, another great quality of Blushing Bride Hydrangea is it’s unique ability to bloom on both old and new wood, ensuring consistent flowering year after year, no pruning necessary! The Blushing Bride Hydrangea foliage is a deep, dark green on long, strong branches. The strong branches are a bonus because they keep the Blushing Bride Hydrangea sturdy and upright, unlike some hydrangeas that tend to droop over the season with the heavy flower heads. Blushing Bride Hydrangea will rebloom all summer long, too, keeping your yard and your vases full of those huge amazing blooms. Like most hydrangeas, soil acidity will affect the bloom color. The blooms start out white and they will fade to light pink in alkaline soil and light blue in acidic soil, so adjust your soil accordingly. Use the Blushing Bride Hydrangea as a focal point or accent plant in just about any shady setting! * Blooms all season * Consistent rebloomer * Huge flowers!.
Huge flowers bring romance to your garden Don’t settle for the same old thing when it comes to your hydrangea plantings. (You DO grow hydrangeas, don’t you? If not you are missing out!) Hydrangea Let’s Dance® Starlight (Let’s Dance® Starlight Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Lynn’ PP: 20019) is a beautiful landscape plant that adds bright color to any garden. Starlight is truly versatile, whether planted in masses around the garden, in a perennial shrub border, used as a specimen or even as a hedge. It works equally well in containers and as a splendid cut flower. The lace heads are romantic in bouquets and only a couple fill a vase to overflowing! One of the best things about the Let’s Dance® line of hydrangeas is that they bloom on both old and new wood – no pruning needed to get them to bloom! Soil PH affects the flower color – so you can change the flowers from royal blue to hot pink – you’re choice! Let’s Dance Starlight is a real workhorse. It is the first reblooming lace-cap hydrangea, and has truly rich, vibrant flower color. It’s an elegant addition to any garden. * Good for fresh or dried cut flowers* Bloom for 4 weeks or more* Great in containers.
Ornamental Shrub with Gigantic Flowers The Incrediball Hydrangea is a deciduous shrub prized for its enormous, long-lasting blooms. This Hydrangea would look magnificent along a walkway or by an entrance or patio where you won’t miss a moment of its summer majesty. Just as the name implies, the Incrediball bloom is an incredible ball of flowers! It’s hard to describe what it’s like to have flowers the size of basketballs in the yard, but that’s what you’ll have with the Incrediball Hydrangea. The Incrediball Hydrangea grows 5 feet tall with an equal spread. Its dark green leaves are a superior backdrop for the dramatic white flowers that grace its branches throughout the summer months. The stems are especially strong, holding your gigantic flower heads erect above the foliage. In early summer your Hydrangea will form creamy, light green flowers consisting of a multitude of tiny florets. You’ll have a front row seat to its gradual color transformation to a bright, pristine white. The effect of the gathered florets held upright on the sturdy stems is dazzling, especially when you consider that those flowers are nearly a foot in diameter! Later, as summer draws to a close, your enormous flowers will turn back to a subtle green. Your Incrediball Hydrangea is clearly a magnificent, one-of-a-kind plant that no yard should be without. It’s a hardy shrub that is tolerant of many conditions, and will require little care from you. The incredible flowers last for months indoors, so it’s even a great cut flower! * Massive Flowers* Very adaptable* Easy to grow .
This Hot Pink Lacecap Blooms like Magic for Months Everyone needs a touch of whimsy in their summer garden. Abracadabra Star Hydrangea,Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Horabstra’, provides that for you in spades. Soft pink and white bi-color flowers pop out of black wand-shaped stems, just like a magician’s trick. As the flowers age they turn a deep hot pink. Abracadabra Star’s black and pink combo puts on quite a show in your mixed border. It also shines as a standout specimen plant, whether in a container on your patio or in your garden with other shade lovers around its feet. Hydrangeas are one of a select few landscape shrubs that also provide you with a bounty of cut flowers all summer long IN THE SHADE! Collect an armful for lovely bouquets of fresh or dried floral arrangements. It is best to plant Abracadabra Star in well-drained but moist soil. You’ll want to prune right after the summer bloom season is done because it sets bud in the fall on old wood. Even without flowers, the unique black stems give this shrub a ‘wow’ factor in your garden. Trust us – your neighbors will want to know what this plant is and where you got it. Don’t let them beat you to it! Order yours now. * Gorgeous flowers for cutting or drying* Truly unique black stems* Standout shape and color .
Small Hydrangea with Large Flowers Cityline Rio Hydrangea, Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Ragra’, is a small, ornamental shrub with magnificent flowers. Use them in stylish pots or as part of a garden border planting. Rio Hydrangea, is a small plant that knows how to draw attention and become an exceptional visual standout in your landscape. This great new Hydrangea series from Germany has tight, compact growth and large flowers that bloom in early summer. The strong stems can easily handle the large heavy, blue/purple variegated flowers that transform to a green-hue with maturity. As with most Hydrangeas, flower color can be manipulated with a few simple additions to the soil. For blue flowers, the soil must be more acidic and for pink flowers your soil must tend toward alkaline. The bloom color can be changed by adding aluminum sulfate, or use lime to intensify the deep colors of the flowers. No matter what color you want, make sure you feed generously in spring and autumn to be rewarded with great flower performance. Rio Hydrangea is a tough little plant and even mildew resistant. It’s a stunning plant for your yard, and will look impressive on your kitchen table as a cut flower as well. You can’t go wrong with a Rio Hydrangea for durability and the strength to support its impressive, massive flowers. * Outstanding flowers * Strong branches * Hardy.
Heat & Cold Tolerant with Months of Blooms Hydrangea (Hardy Hydrangea) Little Lime™, Hydrangea paniculata ‘Jane’ PPAF, is a little dwarf-sized long flowering hydrangea that keeps on giving! For such a small plant it is packed with a vigorous growth habit, hardiness, drought tolerance, and thrives in all climates, hot or cold. Developed so you can fit it in any spot in your garden, this easy to grow, widely adaptable and popular Little Lime is not difficult to fit into your landscape plans. It matures to 3′-5′ with an equal spread. It produces huge 8” green flowers that are held atop strong, non-flopping stems. The cut blooms are perfect in floral arrangements or can be dried for long term. Blooming on new wood, this new compact hybrid has flowers that last over 16 weeks in the garden or 3 weeks as cut flowers! Flowering begins in mid-summer and continues through fall. It begins as a pale lime green in mid-summer, then pink, fading to beige in winter, independent of the pH of your soil. Little Lime is a must have plant in your garden! * Large, 8 inch Flower Heads* Months of Blooms* Heat and Cold Tolerant.
Frost-Resistant, Long-Lasting Blooms All Summer Beauty Hydrangea is a deciduous shrub with outstanding ornamental flowers. Plant several of these for a spectacular hedge, or just one in your front yard for that head-turning, summer accent. Your All Summer Beauty Hydrangea is a recent cultivar. This big-leaf, mophead variety features giant, 6-inch clusters of gorgeous flowers amid the bright green, serrated foliage. Unlike some other Hydrangeas, All Summer Beauty provides a long-lasting show of color, starting in early summer and lasting throughout. The fantastic blooms, durable and prolific, persist a long time, gradually fading so you can enjoy a variety of hues as the season progresses. Since your All Summer Beauty blooms on both old and new wood, you’ll also be assured a gorgeous display even if late frosts damage those first spring buds. When fall arrives, your All Summer Beauty will give you one last blast of color when its foliage turns to a lively yellow to brighten your autumn landscape. All Summer Beauty will grow up to four feet in height with an equal spread. It has a natural, rounded habit that is compact but can easily be pruned to the size or shape you prefer. It is one of the most winter hardy cultivars of the Bigleaf Hydrangeas, and has no significant insect or disease issues. As with other Hydrangeas, the color of your blooms will be dependent upon your soil conditions. Neutral soil will produce pink/blue shades and acid soils will give you blue flowers. All Hydrangeas are of course incredibly beautiful, but the All Summer Beauty Hydrangea offers additional features that are sure to be a welcome addition to your yard this summer. * Huge, long-last flowers * Fall color * Frost resistance.
Amazing NEW Dwarf Blooms for Months! This little showstopper is another dwarf selection of the old-fashioned Annabelle that is still in huge demand. Limetta ™ is the new dwarf selection with jade green flowers that fade to a greenish white, and then age to green again before drying to a straw brown color. The beauty of this selection is not only its smaller size, but also the fact that it continues to dazzle you with new flowers from summer into fall. Enjoying months of new flowers make it an excellent show stopper in the landscape and for cut flowers as well. Limetta ™ gets only 18”- 30” tall and spread only 2-3’ wide. Your Limetta™ hydrangea is super hardy that is so easy to grow and maintain in the landscape. They are hardy in zones 3a-9b, are very pest free. Use Limetta ™ repeated in your perennial border. Picture a foundation planting across the front your home — beautiful. They look great in a shrub border and cuttings gardens. This little wonder is classic for use in an all-white garden looking spectacular against a background of the green foliage. Don’t forget to include Limetta in your edible landscape as well. The smaller size and showy display will accentuate your landscape all summer and fall. Limetta ™ Hydrangea should be pruned back to 6- 8” or so before they start to grow in spring. The key to the dwarf Annabelle is it to give it 6 hours of sun or more so they produce strong stems to support the huge flowers. Hydrangea Limetta ™ is a game changer! Be the first one in your neighborhood to have this plant. We expect these to sell out fast. Order yours now!.
These tough flowers don’t droop! If you are a hydrangea lover like we are (and if you aren’t, you should be) you have encountered the most frustrating thing about hydrangeas – floppy stems from the weight of the huge, gorgeous flowers. Ryan Gainey hydrangea (Hydrangea arborescens ‘Ryan Gainey’) solves that problem. Atlanta garden designer Ryan Gainey has introduced a gorgeous native hydrangea that has strong stems, dark foliage and exceptional winter hardiness. The white blooms are held high on the strong stems. They bloom profusely, but even more so if you plant them where they get a little direct morning sun. They don’t like too much shade. The stems are dark and very strong. The weight of the big flowers (up to 8” across!) won’t make them flop over, even in the rain. The blooms come on new growth, too, so even when Ryan Gainey dies completely to the ground in a harsh winter the blooms won’t be affected for the year. Ryan Gainey doesn’t mind poor soils or dry conditions, as long as they aren’t too dry. Regular watering is key. They will show you they’re thirsty by a dramatic droop that perks up equally dramatically when they are happy. This is a fairly rare hydrangea on the market and is challenging to find for sale, which makes Nature Hills all the more happy to be able to bring it to you! Don’t wait until we’re sold out this year to add this native to your garden. You will be glad you did! * Native * Strong stems * Pristine white color * Vigorous grower * Great for cutting.
Dwarf Hydrangea with Exceptional Flowers and Strength Vienna Hydrangea is a dwarf, flowering shrub. You’ll certainly want this plant as a center, focal-piece in your perennial garden or shrub border. These would also be lovely in containers for your front porch. Your Vienna Hydrangea is sure to “wow” you with its giant blooms. Each round ball of blossoms consists of a multitude of tiny, individual flowers, each starred with a cream-colored center. The flowers gradually mature to solid pink or blue, depending upon the soil condition (acid for blue and pink for alkaline). The long-lasting blooms continue all summer long, and will even be wonderful cut flowers for your kitchen table, or dried (for even long-term use). One of the best things about your Vienna is that even though it produces huge, long-lasting flowers, it does so with little space requirements. Naturally dwarf, you can easily fit one or two into even the smallest landscape. Vienna Hydrangea will grow to 3 feet tall with an equal spread. Like other Cityline varieties, it was bred for stronger stems to support the heavy flowerheads, and Vienna doesn’t disappoint. Along with its superior strength, it’s well-branched, dense and has more flowering stems than most others. Vienna is a low-maintenance plant, and because of its neat, tight habit, it won’t even require pruning. Hydrangeas are always a welcome site in the garden, but space requirements can sometimes be an issue. Try a Vienna Hydrangea today and you can have the huge, summer flowers Hydrangeas are prized for, without the need for a lot of space…and on a stronger variety that is essentially carefree! * Huge flowers * Strong stems * Dwarf * Hardy.
Adorable, Late-Season White Blooms This Hydrangea is as sweet as its name. Little Lamb (Hydrangea paniculata ‘Little Lamb’) has the smallest and most graceful flower petals of any hydrangea on the market. Even though the petals appear delicate, Little Lamb is from hardy stock. Originating in Belgium, this compact shrub can handle just about any garden situation. The flowers are lambs-wool white and get a sweet little pink-cheek blush on them as they age. Unlike many hydrangeas, though, soil ph doesn’t affect the color. No need to fuss over the acidity of the bed or worry that your blooms will turn blue or hot pink if you haven’t got it just right. The white flowers are held high above the green foliage for a really long bloom season, from summer through fall. There are so many of the little “lambs” on the shrub that you will be cutting armloads of flowers to bring inside or give away all season long. The flowers dry beautifully, too, so you can save some for winter decorating. Little Lamb is a Proven Winners selection, so you can be assured that planting this exceptional Hydrangea will provide superb performance in your yard this year. Use it to fill in between larger shrubs in your border or foundation planting. Nature Hills has a limited selection of this in-demand hydrangea, so don’t wait to order yours! * Delicate white flowers * Urban tolerant * Great for cut and dried flowers * Adaptive to a variety of soils .
One of the Most Popular Hydrangeas! The Grandiflora Hydrangea, Hydrangea paniculata, is a common American garden plant and highly valued for its vigor and bloom dependability. You can use this plant as a border, cut flower, dried flower, specimen plant, or if trained, as a flowering tree. Georgous flowers appear in August and remain on the plant until the first hard frost. The large conical shaped white flower heads turn to pink in the fall with gray-green leaves. Sent to America from Japan in 1861, this continues to be one of the best loved varieties. The Pee Gee can be pruned at any time except when they begin to form bloom heads in the summer. The color of blooms on a PeeGee changes during its bloom period. Beginning as a white flower, the blooms age to pink, and finally a rusty brown in autumn. The blooms can easily be used for drying. This plant can reach 6+ foot in height at maturity. PeeGee hydrangeas blooms do not change with the pH level of the soil. * Prized for dependability & vigor* Blooms until first hard frost* Great cut flowers.
Bouquets of Summer Hearts Edgy Hearts Hydrangea is an ornamental perennial with fabulous flowers. Plant one as an accent near a front window or door so you won’t miss a moment of its spectacular summer display. These also work well as a short, ornamental hedge along a shed or patio. Edgy Hearts can even be grown as a container plant for your front porch. Hydrangeas are renowned for their huge clusters of spectacular flowers, and Edgy Hearts is no different in that respect. However, Edgy Hearts has a unique feature that other Hydrangeas don’t. Each ethereal, floral blossom is shaped like a heart, its edges delicately trimmed in white. Clustered together in spectacular, 10-inch bouquets, the display is one you won’t want to miss! In acid soils the interior of each bloom will be a lovely blue shade. If you have alkaline soils, a delightful pink will color your blossoms. Either way, as the huge bouquets of hearts mature, the color will transition to a light green, an additional splash of vibrant color for your landscape. Your Edgy Hearts Hydrangea will grow to about four feet in height with an equal spread. It features strong stems and glossy foliage for a vibrant, healthy look even when not in full bloom. There are no significant disease or insect issues with Edgy Hearts, and the flowers hold up well as a cut flower for your kitchen table or dried for craft projects. Edgy Hearts Hydrangea is certainly a unique offering among Hydrangea choices. Not only lovely and romantic, but hardy as well, Edgy Hearts is sure to find a special place in your heart and landscape this summer. * Huge bouquets of unique blossoms * Glossy foliage * Great cut flowers.