Rose Pink RebloomerHydrangea Let’s Dance Moonlight, Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Robert’, is a new series that represents the next generation of reblooming hydrangea!These floriferous varieties bloom on both new wood and old, which creates an incredible display of color. Let’s Dance Moonlight Hydrangea is a strong rebloomer with large, rich rose-pink (or blue depending upon pH) mophead flowers that are held on sturdy stems.Moonlight Hydrangea has a wonderful compact habit, growing to only 2-3 feet tall. In autumn, the healthy foliage takes on rich bronze red tones for additional interest late in the season.Moonlight Hydrangea is very adaptable, but performs best in rich, well drained, moist soil. If you plant this hardy hydrangea in full sun, sufficient moisture is required.During hot, dry summers additional watering will be required to keep it flowering. Bloom color is a rich pink that age to bright green.Blue flowers are producedo on the Moonlight Hydrangea in acidic soils. The best time to prune is after it blooms.* Rose Pink Flower Heads* Rebloomer* Full Sun to Part Shade.
A Compact Oakleaf with Full Sized Blooms! Gatsby Gal Hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Brenhill’ PPAF ) is a dream of a hydrangea. The compact oakleaf shrub (compact for a hydrangea – it grows 4’-6’ tall) has massive blooms, growing a full foot or more long. The pure white panicles make an impressive display from mid-summer to autumn. Planted in groups, it can look like a foot-thick snow bank has landed on top of the shrub.This shrub was named the “Must-Grow New Shrub for 2014” by Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, and it definitely fits the bill.Gatsby Gal Oakleaf Hydrangea is a great back of the border shrub or a splendid foundation plant. The graceful white blooms look good with almost any type of landscape, making this a very versatile addition to your garden. This is already a tidy pant, but it takes pruning well if you need it even tighter.This is an American native plant and handles almost any soil or weather that you can throw at it. It blooms beginning in mid-summer, but will continue blooming through the fall, when the leaves and flowers begin to take on burgundy tones. The blooms are steadfast, too, appearing every year no matter the weather or soil ph.You definitely want to invite Gatsby Gal to your garden party!* Flowers are a foot or more * Compact hydrangea * Fall interest.
Hydrangea with Unique Foliage and Stunning BloomsGuilded Gold (sometimes called gilded) is a variety of Hydrangea with unusual foliage and stunning summer flowers. It would make an excellent accent plant for a flower bed in your front yard or any highly visible area of your landscape.Hydrangeas have long been beloved for their full form and gorgeous flowers, but your Guilded Gold goes one step further by featuring unusual foliage. 6-inch long, variegated leaves hug your Guilded Gold close to its stems creating a compact, mounded appearance. The robust leaves are a vibrant green accented with a golden-tipped elegance that is sure to draw the eye. Even without the spectacular summer flower, your Guilded Gold is a sight to see!When summer arrives you’ll be amazed by the large, long-lasting blooms that grace your Guilded Gold all season long. The flowers are a delightful soft shade of pink or blue lacecaps (depending upon your soil PH). You may find yourself holding your breath at your first sight of them and the charming lace-like feel of they display. Upon closer inspection you will see what appears to be a cluster of unopened buds encircled by large open petals, each flower giving the appearance of an ample garden bouquet. They are quite simply stunning!Your Guilded Gold is large enough to stand out well as an accent plant, but small enough to easily fit into the smallest yard. With its unusual foliage and outstanding blooms, Guilded Gold is a must have for any landscape.*Variegated foliage*Large summer blooms.
Haas Halo(hydrangea aborescens) Hydrangea with Superb Foliage and Lacey Blooms Haas Halo is a hardy Hydrangea with superb foliage and lacy-white flowers. It would look lovely as a foundation planting in your yard, or in a mixed border. As with most Hydrangeas, Haas Halo has a lot to recommend it. The large, leathery leaves are green with a delightful bluish hue that’s substantial enough to set it apart from your other summer plantings. Flat clusters of pure white flowers appear in the summer, offset by lace-like blossoms in the center of the bloom. The petals surrounding the lacey centers give the impression of a “halo”, thus the name. Some of the flowers can reach over a foot in diameter! You’ll never have to stake your Haas Halo. It’s an upright, bushy plant that is strong enough to hold up the huge blooms and avoid the drooping that other Hydrangeas sometimes struggle with. Haas Halo can handle drought, heat and humidity and will maintain its spectacular show well into fall. You can even prolong the beauty of your Haas Halo by cutting some of the blooms to bring indoors. They make a wonderful dried flower and work well in various floral arrangements and craft projects. Hydrangeas have long been beloved by gardeners, and Haas Halo is a uniquely beautiful one with its colorful foliage and massive lace-like flowers. It’s perfect for a variety of locations and uses, and will certainly be an asset to your landscape. *Unique Lace-like Flowers*Lovely Foliage*Hardy.
Petite Hydrangea with Giant Blooms Color Fantasy is a mophead Hydrangea with huge flowers but a diminutive size that is perfect for smaller areas. It would be a spectacular addition to your yard as a border or foundation planting.Your Color Fantasy is just as its name implies—a fantasy of color for your yard. The large mophead flowers appear in clusters from May to June, their fantastic color an amazing shade of pink, red or purple depending upon your soil ph. Left on the plant, the flowers will certainly be a head-turner for your yard, but be sure to cut a few blooms to bring some of that summer splendor indoors as well. The shiny, dark green foliage is a magnificent backdrop for the showy flowers and creates an even more brilliant display when the leaves turn a reddish shade in late summer.Color fantasy is a deciduous shrub that reaches a height of about 3 feet with an equal spread. It has a mounded form that creates a lovely silhouette in any yard, even without its spectacular flowers. Color Fantasy is a terrific way to have the incredible features a Hydrangea has to offer even if you don’t have much space. Plant one today and begin enjoying the unique benefits this amazing Hydrangea has to offer.* Incredible flowers * Fall color * Small stature.
Hydrangea with Brilliant Yellow FoliageLemon Daddy is a variety of Hydrangea beloved for its brilliant yellow foliage. It would make an excellent accent plant in your yard or place several along an outbuilding for a decorative, short hedge.Summer/fall is your Lemon Daddy’s time to shine with its sun-kissed, yellow foliage and dramatic flower heads. It will certainly be a spectacle in your yard that turns heads all season long. The shiny foliage is sure to brighten up your landscape even when it’s not in bloom. However from July until September the giant mophead flowers will make their appearance with 12-inch blooms creating an astonishing sight to see amid the shiny, yellow leaves. The color of the flowers is dependent upon your soil ph (more blue in acid soils), but will be blue or pink accordingly.Lemon Daddy is a multi-stemmed deciduous shrub. It is a vigorous grower with a lovely rounded habit and loves heat and humidity. Once established, your Lemon Daddy will be a repeat performer and require very little care. With optimal conditions, you can expect your Lemon Daddy to be with you for up to 20 years. Lemon Daddy not only has a lot to offer, but it offers it for a very long time.*Brilliant foliage*Giant flowers.
Hydrangea with Variable ColorYour Mystical Opal is a variety of Hydrangea with variable color. These would make outstanding accent plants for just about anywhere in your yard. Your Mystical Opal is a unique Hydrangea that will astound you with its changing colors. Large blooms consisting of ruffled, pink florets will appear in early summer and continue their show into fall. As the impressive floral heads mature, their pink tone merge with greens and yellows, reminiscent of the shimmering changeability of an opal stone. When fall arrives, those same colorful blossoms finish out the season as predominantly green with pink tips. Your Mystical Opal is a deciduous shrub with an elegant, rounded form that is filled out nicely with its 4-8 inch leaves. It is fast-growing so you won’t have to wait long to see results. It’s even urban tolerant and great for naturalizing, so has a hardy nature that will ensure you don’t have to be a plant expert to successfully grow one.An ornamental shrub with unique flowers to brighten your yard all season long, Mystical Opal Hydrangea is a wonderful choice for your landscape this year. *Unique flowers*Hardy.
Decorative Shrub with Panicles of Pink FlowersMystical Flame is a decorative shrub with long panicles of pink flowers. Plant one by the entrance to your house as a sunny welcome to visitors, or perhaps a few as a short hedge along the walkway.An early blooming Hydrangea, your Mystical Flame will begin its show before some other Hydrangeas have even gotten started. The long panicles of pristine, white flowers appear in mid-summer, an enhancement to the graceful vase-shaped habit your Mystical Flame displays. As the cooler weather arrives, those pretty white blooms will turn a delightful pink. Various shades of yellow will enhance your Mystical Flame’s foliage in autumn for one last gasp of color before the season ends.Mystical Flame is a deciduous shrub with the floral panicles reaching up and beyond the leaves for quite a striking effect. It works well for naturalizing and is tolerant of urban environments. You won’t have to wait long for results with your Mystical Flame as it is also fast growing. Your wildlife will treasure it for its summer blooms, which you can also use as a cut flower or easily dry to last through the winter months. Your Mystical Flame offers a lot of charm and beauty for your landscape and asks for very little investment in return. Easy to care for and hardy, Mystical Flame is a great choice for your yard today.*Abundant flowers*Fall color*Wildlife interest.
Brilliant Magenta Lacecap HydrangeaThe Mousmee Hydrangea is part of the Macrophylla family also called “Big Leaf Hydrangeas” they are considered to be the most popular and showiest of the Hydrangeas.Japanese for “girl” the Mousmee Hydrangea has a beautiful flower structure with a delicate lacecap that will brighten any garden from June to August. This shade tolerant shrub would be perfect to illuminate a shady side of a house or under a tree.The Mousmee Hydrangea’s blooms start pink and mature to a brilliant magenta. The florets add to the beauty with their contrasting blue hue. The flower clusters form on particularly long stems making it great for use in arrangements.For summer and fall color the Mousmee would be ideal as a border or hedge. It would add interest and color to flowerbeds and it would be stunning in mixed groups.*Long Blooming *Sun or Shade *Great Cut Flower.
The Grandiflora Hydrangea, Hydrangea paniculata, is a common American garden plant and highly valued for its vigor and bloom dependability. Sterile 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 blooms can easily be used for drying. 6+ foot height at maturity..
Shrub with Outstanding Flowers and FoliageThe Alice Oakleaf Hydrangea, Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Alice’, is a deciduous shrub with large flowers and unique foliage. Plant several near your patio or front door so you don’t miss a moment of this plant’s lovely display.Hydrangeas are always impressive plants for their huge and lasting blooms, but the Alice Oakleaf Hydrangea has the added attraction of foliage that is as interesting as its flower. Each leaf is deeply-lobed and reminiscent in style of the type of leaf Oak trees have. The 8-inch “Oak” leaves are deep green, but turn bronze/purple in fall. In autumn, when the leaf-fall has passed, your Hydrangea’s lovely brown bark will be visible for some additional winter interest.In the summer, you can expect your Oakleaf Hydrangea to develop the stunning flowers that Hydrangeas are known for. The 14-inch panicles of flowers will rival any other flowering plant in your yard as they stand erect on their sturdy stems. The blossoms begin white, but slowly transition to pink as the summer season progresses. You actually get two flower colors on the same plant, and in the same season!Your Alice Oakleaf Hydrangea is one of the few Hydrangeas that is native to the United States. The spectacular bloom and fall display make it an exceptional addition to any yard. In fact, as sensational as its summer bloom is, many feel the autumn leaves are even more eye-catching. It’s simply a remarkable plant with unbelievable color. Plant several today for that head-turning affect in your own landscape.*Unique Foliage*Summer and Fall Color*Hardy.
Fuzzy Leaves Add Texture and InterestNamed a Proven Winner. A very special hydrangea, this one. Blue Bunny™ produces a copious number of charming blue-and-white lacecap flowers from late summer until frost, and will reliably do so year after year.Even the elegant, rounded buds are lovely. ‘Blue Bunny’ is also sought-after because of its unusual fuzzy leaves, which add texture and interest to the planting area.Unlike some other pink and blue varieties, the flower color is not at all affected by the soil pH. In general, hydrangeas require even moisture and need good drainage.For the best flower display, feed in early spring with a slow-release fertilizer that is designed especially for trees and shrubs, and if it needs shaping, prune just after flowering.This plant is most effective in groups, in the border, in hedges or in a woodland garden. Asexual propagation prohibited.Zones 6-9.
Compact Mophead with Vivid Red FlowersHydrangea – Masja, Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Masja’, is a bigleaf mophead hydrangea that produces vivid red flowers and has glossy dark green leaves. Masja makes a big impression while staying compact for the smallest of garden spaces. Masja is a tidy plant, only 36 inches tall and wide, and produces armfuls of ball-shaped, pink-toned blooms. This hydrangea is hardy, reliable and easy to grow. It prefers rich, loamy soil that is moist, but well-drained amd does well in full sun or part shade. This undemanding beauty adapts beautifully to small gardens and containers! No matter how full you may think your garden is, you can squeeze this hydrangea into a tight space! Order yours today!* Great cut flowers* Easy to grow* Compact .
Hydrangea – Kyushu, Hydrangea paniculata ‘Kyushu’, is a panicle type hydrangea. It bears many lacy white panicle shaped flowers from mid summer to autumn and has lush, bright green foliage. ‘Kyushu’ is a large growing, vase-shaped, deciduous shrub or small tree that reaches a height of 15 feet to 25 feet tall and 10 feet wide. Its form is upright and texture is coarse. Mid-July flowers are white and turn pinkish to almost purple with age. ‘Kyushu’ holds its blooms later than other Hydrangeas. It prefers rich, loamy soil that is moist, but well-drained. Does well in full sun or part shade. Kyushu is most at home along the edge of a sunny wooded border or where the landscape is loose and informal..
Pia Bigleaf Hydrangea, Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Pia’, is one of the smallest of the hydrangeas, making it excellent for the smaller garden. A It is a profuse bloomer bearing 3-4″ wide, rich dark-pink flowers in mid to late summer and has a red tint to the foliage in fall. It tolerates full sun only if grown with consistently moist soils. Soil pH generally affects the flower color of species plants, namely, blue in highly acidic soils and lilac to pink (occasionally red) in slightly acidic to alkaline soils. Add aluminum sulfate to the soil to make the flowers bluer or add lime to the soil to make the flowers pinker (begin soil treatments well in advance of flowering, as in late autumn or early spring). Pia Bigleaf is a deciduous shrub with a rounded habit that grows to 2 to 3 feet in height and width. Crown hardy in zone 5 and best planted in group or mass in a sheltered location in the shrub border..