Annabelle - Hydrangeas Arborescens
Easy, carefree, and fast growing, this low moisture, medium growth rate, pollinator friendly, multi-stemmed shrub with a more or less rounded form produces a showy display of pristine white flower color and massive mopheads among green foliage from summer into winter. Blooming on new growth it is recommended for mass plantings and general garden use
Deciduous | Exposure: Full sun, Partial Shade | Habit: 4 – 5’ tall spreading 3-5’ wide
Big Daddy – Hydrangea Macrophylla
A highly ornamental medium to fast growing variety with enormous Blue or Pink flower heads and dark-green large, beautiful foliage held on tight, sturdy branches, Big Daddy makes an impressive visual impact and shines all season long. A fabulous feature is the way it reblooms, first on the old wood from last year, then on the new growth from the current year.
Deciduous | Exposure: Partial Shade, morning sun | Habit: 5-6’ tall spreading 5-6’ wide
Shade | Habit: 4 – 5’ tall spreading 3-5’ wide
Bloomstruck – Hydrangea Macrophylla
One of the best heat tolerant hydrangeas and the quintessential cutting flower this shrub displays an amazing abundance of large multi-color mophead blooms ranging from light blues, pinks to dark purples from summer into fall. And with a simple soil amendment, you can change the color of your blooms to match your mood or style. Reblooms, first on the old wood from last year, then on the new growth from the current year. The dark green foliage is arrow-shaped borne on reddish purple and showy stems featuring red petioles and red veins.. Easy to grow – it never needs pruning! Makes for a gorgeous hedge.
Deciduous | Exposure: Part Sun | Habit: 3-4’ tall spreading 4-5’ wide
Blushing Bride – ‘Hydrangea Macrophylla
With its upright and rounded form Blushing Bride Bigleaf Hydrangea has elegant large round pure white semi-double flowers that mature to blush pink or Carolina blue, depending on the pH of the soil. The special joy of Blushing Bride is its long bloom season, its ability to bloom on old and new wood and, its adaptability in your landscape, as a focal point ,in decorative containers, and for cut flower arrangements.
Deciduous | Exposure: Part Shade | Habit: 3-6’ tall spreading 3-6’ wide
Bobo - Hydrangea Paniculata
With their dwarf habit, super cold tolerant Bobo Hydrangeas are proof that wonderful and plentiful shrubs come in small packages. Early to mid-summer they are engulfed in exceptional unique white cone-shaped mophead blooms that have a lacy elegant appearance. As the season progresses, the flowers age to soft pink, and make for excellent cut flowers both fresh and dried.
Deciduous | Exposure: Full to Part Sun | Habit: 2.5 -3’ tall spreading 3-4’ wide
Fire Light Tidbit - Hydrangea Paniculata
An easy-care, long blooming versatile and innovative miniature shrub – this is the tiniest, tidiest mounded panicle hydrangea to date boasting big, lush panicles of white mophead flowers on strong stems that appear in early-midsummer and nearly obscure the textured green foliage. As the summer progresses, their blooms go from white to rich, saturated tones of pink and red as they age making for a colorful sight especially when combined with their autumn foliage. Deadheading Not Necessary
Deciduous | Exposure: Partial Sun | Habit: 2-3’ tall spreading 3’ wide
Fuji Waterfall - Hydrangea Paniculata
This low maintenance easy to bloom elegant hydrangea displays pure white lacecap blooms with double sepals that cascade over large deep, dark lustrous tapered leaves giving the shrub a unique and lovely waterfall effect. Blooming late Spring, Summer into early Fall this bushy, dense, and rounded shrub is excellent in garden beds and containers.
Deciduous | Exposure: Part Shade | Habit: 4-5’ tall spreading 4-5’ wide
Let’s Dance Can Do - Hydrangea Serrata Big Leaf
Blooming midsummer through the fall this innovative hydrangea is rather unique and different in that it sets more flower buds than any other hydrangea, and it sets these buds down the entire length of its stem. Their lacecap flower color is dependent on soil pH ranging and ranges from a clear, true pink in neutral to alkaline conditions and lavender in acidic conditions. Blooms on old and new wood – a great addition to gardens and a useful choice for low hedges and containers.
Deciduous | Exposure: Part Sun to Sun | Habit: 3-4’ tall spreading 3’ wide
Limelight - Hydrangea Paniculata
Always a commanding presence either as an impressive shrub or tree form specimen with its large snow cone-shaped flower clusters, fast growing, durable and outstandingly cold hardy Limelight Hydrangeas put on a magnificent show of color mid-summer through fall. Long blooming flowers emerge a chartreuse color turning to cream before fading to deep pink in the fall. Soil pH does not affect bloom color and flowers are produced from buds formed on new wood. Multiple uses in the landscape and excellent as cut flowers for use in both fresh and dried floral arrangements.
Deciduous | Exposure: Sun to Part Shade | Habit: 7-8’ tall spreading 6-7’ wide
Little Hottie - Hydrangea Paniculata
A carefree, compact, and generous bloomer bred in Georgia to stand up to the hot summer sun without burning the blooms. The shrub produces an abundance of large greenish blooms on strong stems that turn to a brilliant creamy white before changing to antique shades of white and dusky pink in the fall.
Flowers show up beautifully against the dark green foliage. Useful and attractive addition to small-scale gardens and for smaller areas in larger landscapes.
Deciduous | Exposure: Full Sun to Part Sun | Habit: 3-5’ tall spreading 3-5’ wide
Little Lime - Hydrangea Paniculata
This compact multi-stemmed reliable performer with an upright spreading growth habit is a petite form of Limelight but still provides a lovely visual punch in the landscape . In the summer it features large conical flower heads that start out chartreuse and change to a rich pink and burgundy as they age in the cooler, late-season weather, lasting into fall. Little Lime is small enough to grow in containers and it also stands out as a bold mass planting option. Flowers are excellent for cutting.
Deciduous | Exposure: Full Sun to Part Sun | Habit: 3-5’ tall spreading 3-5’ wide
Little Lime Punch - Hydrangea Paniculata
A new addition to the Limelight family, Little Lime Punch has a useful, compact, and petite habit and strong stems similar to Little Lime, but this shrub brings on a whole new magnificent color twist as their full, dense mophead flowers mature differently. The flowers emerge chartreuse, then change and age progressively from the bottom up transitioning to a fabulous combination mixed palette of white, light pink and punch red blooms for a most memorable display throughout the summer.
Little Quick Fire - Hydrangea Paniculata
Miniature compact version of Quick Fire that blooms a full month ahead of other panicle hydrangeas for about the longest season of bloom a shrub can have. It features large conical showy flower heads supported on bold red stems that start creamy white and fade through pink to a rich rose as summer progresses into fall. An excellent selection for smaller garden spaces and in pots, planters and other containers and blooms are great for cutting and use in fresh or dried floral arrangements.
Deciduous | Exposure: Full Sun to Part Sun | Habit: 3-5’ tall spreading 3-4’ wide
Nikko Blue - Hydrangea Macrophylla
Classic, showy, rounded, and bushy mophead shrub prized for its vigor and the abundance of breathtaking large rich blue (in acidic soil) to pink flower (in alkaline soil) clusters produced during late spring and summer. Useful as an accent, shrub border, or specimen. Strong stems make for an indispensable cutting flower either fresh or dried.
Deciduous | Exposure: Part Sun | Habit: 4-6’ tall spreading 4-6’ wide
Original Endless Summer - Hydrangea Macrophylla
The hardy and disease resistant Original Bigleaf Hydrangeas are a reblooming mophead hydrangea which, depending on the pH of the soil, deliver Nantucket blue or soft pink flowers. With their ability to bloom on last year’s stems and this year’s new growth these shrubs provide fabulous color all season long. They’re a great option for foundation plantings and containers and make for beautiful cut flower arrangements. Fall color is red.
Deciduous | Exposure: Part Shade | Habit: 3-5’ tall spreading 3-5’ wide
Penny Mac - Hydrangea Macrophylla
This classic mophead is a wonderful plant that is easy to grow, needs no special care at all and it blooms repeatedly during summer and into the fall and its large rounded flowerheads remain are attractive for weeks and. With this shrub you decide the color of blooms – they are blue in acidic soils, lavender in a neutral soil, or pink in an alkaline soil against dark green foliage. Penny Mac produces its flowers from buds formed on both new and old wood. Great option for borders, foundation plantings, in mass and in containers.
Deciduous | Exposure: Partial Sun | Habit: 2-3’ tall spreading 3-4’ wide
Pistachio - Hydrangea Macrophylla
The Pistachio is a vibrant, fast-growing, low maintenance dwarf mophead hydrangea that maintains a compact size and shape. A fabulous rebloomer (blooming of new and old wood) it boasts showy vibrant blooms that offer stunning color combinations of green, pink, red, purple, and blue from late spring until frost. The cherry on the top is the small blue eye at the center of each flower. A great option for tight shady spots and perfect for containers.
Deciduous | Exposure: Partial Sun | Habit: 4-6’ tall spreading 3-4’ wide
Popstar Endless Summer - Hydrangea Macrophylla
This tight and compact, cold hardy and disease resistant addition to the Endless Summer family displays long and strong reblooming flower power in vibrant blues, pinks, and purples on upright stems against dark green leaves. Has a colorful impact in any outdoor space, makes for a strong border or short hedge and is perfect for containers.
Deciduous | Exposure: Morning Sun, Partial Shade | Habit: 4-5’ tall spreading 4-5’ wide
Quick Fire Fab - Hydrangea Paniculata
The earliest blooming mophead panicle hydrangea provides over 3 months of unique X-shaped showy mophead flowers transforming from white to pink to bright pink to deep red through the season. Reliable and easy-going the shrub hosts strong, sturdy stems that keep the blooms upright, and showy all year round. Blooms on new wood and is a good option for screening, mass planting, as a specimen, container, or border plant.
Deciduous | Exposure: Part Sun to Sun | Habit: 6-8’ tall spreading 5-6’ wide
Red Sensation - Hydrangea Macrophylla
Multi-stemmed shrub with a rounded sort of form. Compact variety with ‘light’ red colored blooms on strong burgundy-red stems; large mophead flowers will eventually fade to shades of purple; blooms on new growth. Great in the shrub border, as an accent or foundation and it is also well-suited for use in outdoor pots and containers.
Deciduous | Exposure: Full Sun to Partial Shade | Habit: 3’ tall spreading 3’ wide
Strawberry Sundae - Hydrangea Paniculata
Produces multicolored blooms that emerge creamy white, then change to light pink, and finally mature to strawberry red/pink in the late summer and last through to the fall providing for a long and lovely display in the landscape. Pruning is unnecessary and the shrub is pest and disease resistant. Its upright and compact form makes a perfect small hedge, it’s wonderful in mass plantings and the blooms are excellent for fresh cut and dried flower arrangements.
Summer Crush Endless Summer - Hydrangea Macrophylla
Borne on sturdy stems this compact, neat and wilt resistant shrub boasts a profusion of gorgeous big raspberry red or neon purple blooms starting in late spring. An outstanding addition to your outdoor living space and a must for your decorative containers
Twist-n-Shout - Hydrangea Macrophylla
Cold Hardy Twist-n-Shout Bigleaf Hydrangea boasts classic lacecaps with picturesque colors ranging from pink deep pink to deep purple blue tones. Together with their sturdy dark reddish-purple stems, petioles, and leaf venation you have a plethora of spectacular color all season long. Useful as an accent and for mass planting blooms on old wood in the summer producing later blossoms throughout the growing season on new stem growth.
Deciduous| Exposure: Part Shade | Habit: 3-5’ tall spreading 3-4’ wide
Vanilla Strawberry - Hydrangea Paniculata
Around midsummer, flower buds open into densely clustered white flowers with pinkish centers held on showy red stems. As they age, the large cone-shaped flower heads take on a deeper and richer reddish-pink blush and form continuously through the summer. It’s large size makes Vanilla Strawberry a fabulous back-of-the-border, foundation and flowering hedge plant. Blooms on new growth.
Deciduous| Exposure: Full Sun | Habit: 6-7’ tall spreading 4-5’ wide
Wee Bit Giddy - Hydrangea Macrophylla
Intense big red colorful flowers, dark green glossy foliage and a neat, dwarf habit. Continuous Rebloomer. Plant several ‘Wee Bit Giddy’ hydrangeas together to create a stunning blanket of intense color.
Deciduous| Exposure: Partial to Full Sun | Habit: 2’ tall spreading 2.6’ wide
White Wedding - Hydrangea Paniculata
Sturdy, upright branches support large, pillow-like, white blooms. The beautiful blooms of this shrub dazzle as cut flowers or in the garden from accent to mass planting. Compact upright habit, Deer Resistant, drought Tolerance and easy care.
Deciduous| Exposure: Full Sun | Habit: 4-6’ tall spreading 3-5’ wide