‘Baby Lace’ Panicle
Hydrangea paniculata Panicle Hydrangea ‘Baby Lace’ Sun tolerant, 3-4′ from the Gardeners Confidence collection. Lacecap. Sun tolerant with afternoon shade. Finally a compact hydrangea for small spaced yards! ‘Baby Lace’ features stunning white flowers and deep green foliage. Blooms on new wood so pinch back the spend blossoms to encourage a repeat bloom in summertime. May be container grown. Sun.
‘BloomStruck’ Endless Summer Mophead
Hydrangea macrophylla Endless Summer bigleaf ‘BloomStruck’ 3-4′ re-blooming. Shade tolerant from the Endless Summer collection. Depending on soil pH, you may have vivid rose pink or purple flowers. A good choice for southern gardens, ‘BloomStruck’ is disease and heat resistant. All summer long this bush will produce large, showy flowers and be a focal point in your yard. The stems are a vivid red with large, deep green leaves. Plant ‘BloomStruck’ in mass as a hedge, in a container or as a single shrub in a border garden.
‘Blushing Bride’ Endless Summer Mophead
Hydrangea macrophylla Endless Summer bigleaf ‘Blushing Bride’ 3-6′ . Shade tolerant from the Endless Summer collection, re-blooming. Pure white semi-double florets. The stunning flowers of ‘Blushing Bride’ are pure white semi-double florets, which will mature to blush pink or pale blue depending on the pH of your soil. Like many hydrangea bushes the blooms on ‘Blushing Bride’ are perfect as cut flowers. Flowers all summer for constant color in your yard.
Cityline ‘Mars’ Mophead
Hydrangea macrophylla dwarf bigleaf ‘Mars’ 1-3′. A Proven Winners plant, shade loving. A small cultivar with pretty pink or blue flowers. Ideal for a front door container garden or a small space where dramatic color is called for. Petals are edged in white offering a lovely, old fashioned look. Great for a cottage garden.
Cityline ‘Paris’ Mophead
Hydrangea macrophylla dwarf bigleaf ‘Paris’ 3′. A Proven Winners plant, shade loving with intense pink red summer flowers. The blooms have a long season and will change to green as they age. Dwarf form makes it a good flowing shrub for a small space. Mildew resistant. Soil pH affects flower color.
Cityline ‘Vienna’ Mophead
Hydrangea macrophylla dwarf bigleaf ‘Vienna’ 3′. A Proven Winners plant, shade loving with dark pink or blue summer flowers. Soil pH will affect bloom color. Cityline ‘Vienna’ has a compact, low, mounding shape which will not outgrow its garden location. Compact and disease resistant, an easy to grow flowering shrub for southern gardens.
Climbing False Hydrangea ‘Rose Sensation’
Schizophragma hydrangeoides ‘Rose Sensation’ false hydrangea. Vine. Shade tolerant. A Proven Winners plant. Elegant and distinctive with unique pink flowers, false climbing hydrangea ‘Rose Sensation’ is an excellent pick for homeowners who would like something different for their landscape. ‘Rose Sensation’ is a showy, climbing variety with large, pink blooms which open in early summer. It is a good choice when used to train up a north facing wall, fence or in a woodland setting.
‘Dooley’ and Penny Mac Mophead
Hydrangea macrophylla bigleaf ‘Dooley’ and Penny Mac. Shade tolerant. Blue or pink depending upon soil acid levels. Huge, show stopping blooms during summer, ‘Dooley’ and Penny Mac have long been a gardener’s favorite. ‘Dooley’ and Penny Mac hydrangea bushes are low maintenance and require little care but will offer an amazing return with the oversized flowers it produces.
‘Edgy Hearts’ Picotee
Hydrangea macrophylla Proven Winners picotee ‘Edgy Hearts’ 3-5′. A Proven Winners plant. Bloom color is affected by soil pH. Shade tolerant. What makes this shrub unique is the white picotee coloring along the edge of the florets, which refers to a variation in color along the edges. ‘Edgy Hearts’ has distinctive, large flowers in summer. The petals of the rounded flower heads fold lengthwise to produce a beautiful a heart shaped look.The individual petals are edged in white, while the rest of the color can be red-pink or blue. An alkaline soil will turn the petal interior pink while acidic makes them blue. ‘Edgy Hearts’ has a beautiful, old fashioned appearance, which is simply show stopping. ‘Edgy Hearts’ also makes a Good cut flower. Leaves are glossy green.
‘Everlasting Revolution’ Mophead
Hydrangea macrophylla bigleaf ‘Everlasting Revolution’ Shade tolerant. ‘Everlasting Revolution’ features stunning maroon, pink to blue color changes on a single shrub which will create a show stopping look in your yard. All of these shades may be present on the blooms at once, with delicate green highlights as the flowers mature. ‘Everlasting Revolution’ is a heavily reblooming bush and will flower again late in the season. Part of the Everlasting series, ‘Everlasting Revolution’ was bred for the cut flower market so designed to produce many flowers.
‘Fire Light’ Panicle
Hydrangea paniculata Proven Winners Panicle Hydrangea ‘Fire Light’ 5′ Sun tolerant. A Proven Winners plant. ‘Fire Light’ is a new panicle hydrangea that produces large flower heads in midsummer. It features a unique white to red color; the blooms open to a lovely snow white, then mature to a beautiful deep red as summer progresses. ‘Fire Light’ makes an impressive display in any landscape and will be sure to attract attention. The red and white color blends beautifully with roses or evergreen shrubs for curb appeal in a front yard. It may be grown as a single specimen or in a mass planting along a fence or border. ‘Fire Light’ will begin to flower slightly earlier than other panicle hydrangeas.
‘Let’s Dance Blue Jangles’ Big Leaf
Hydrangea macrophylla Proven Winners bigleaf ‘Let’s Blue Jangles’ 2-4′. A dwarf shrub which blooms on both old and new wood. A great idea for a small space due to the compact, tight growing habit. Reblooming variety with full, large flower heads. Changes to blue in acid soils and pink in alkaline soil.
‘Let’s Dance Diva’ Lacecap
Hydrangea macrophylla Proven Winners bigleaf ‘Let’s Dance Diva’ 3-4′ Shade tolerant. A Proven Winners plant, part of the Let’s Dance series. Blue to pink color depends upon soil pH. Re-blooming mophead variety. You can have a variety of colors in purple, blue or pink with the ‘Let’s Dance Diva’ bigleaf hydrangea. An alkaline soil will turn the petals a mid to deep pink while acidic soil will change them to a purple blue. ‘Let’s Dance Diva’ has attractive, glossy foliage with a deep green color. ‘Let’s Dance Diva’ blooms on both new and old wood.
Hydrangea paniculata Proven Winners ‘Limelight’ 6-8′ Sun tolerant. A Proven Winners plant. This variety has unique bright chartreuse flowers which begin in mid-summer. ‘Limelight’ holds its refreshing color into fall when the blooms change to a rich, deep pink color. ‘Limelight’ has large flower heads for a showy display in any garden. Sun tolerant.
‘Little Lime’ Panicle
Proven Winners ‘Little Lime’. Sun loving, a dwarf hydrangea variety with flowers similar to ‘Limelight’. ‘Little Lime’ has the the same blooms but in a smaller shrub for small space gardens. Beautiful green flowers change to pink in fall. ‘Little Lime’ is good for containers or use in cut flower arrangements. Sun tolerant.
Dwarf Oakleaf ‘Munchkin’
Native Hydrangea quercifolia Oakleaf Hydrangea ‘Munchkin’ 3′. ‘Munchkin’ is a compact oakleaf for the small space landscape. It blooms in a profusion of large flower clusters which contrast beautifully against dark green, deeply lobed leaves. Flowers open white and will age to a gentle pink color, remaining reliably upright. The fall foliage on ‘Munchkin’ is brilliant mahogany for multi season interest.
Oakleaf ‘Queen of Hearts’
Native. Hydrangea quercifolia Oakleaf Hydrangea ‘Queen of Hearts’ 6-7′. Nine inch long flower heads are held upright on this oakleaf variety. ‘Queen of Hearts’ flowers about a week later than most oak leafs extending the bloom season in a garden. Flowers open white and will slowly age to a deep pink. Dark green summer foliage turns a beautiful mahogany red during fall and exfoliating bark provides winter interest.
Oakleaf ‘Ruby Slippers’
Native Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Ruby Slippers’ 3-5′. Semi dwarf. Exceptionally large flower clusters bloom in summer, displayed against deeply lobed, dark green, oak like leaves. Flowers first appear white and then quickly age to delicate deep pink. Foliage has the classic trait of an oakleaf and turns a wonderful maroon purple for fall, lighting up any woodland garden area. ‘Ruby Slippers’ is a compact plant that is well suited for small landscapes.
‘The Original’ Endless Summer Mophead
Hydrangea macrophylla Endless Summer bigleaf ‘The Original’ 3-5′ Shade tolerant mophead from the re-blooming Endless Summer collection. Flower color may be altered to pink or blue with soil pH. Repeat blooming hydrangea ‘The Original’ can flower on both the current season’s growth as well as the previous year’s. May be container grown.
Next Generation Pistachio Hydrangea
Hydrangea macrophylla Next Generation Pistachio 2-3′. ‘Pistachio’ is re-blooming and has beautiful flowers with unusual coloration of strong blooms in green to rose red. Centers are purple and this shrub will bloom from spring through fall for beauty throughout the season. A unique, new color combination for Hydrangeas. A showpiece for any landscape design.
‘Quick Fire’ Panicle
Hydrangea paniculata Proven Winners hardy hydrangea ‘Quick Fire’. Sun loving, a Proven Winners plant, blooms up to a month earlier than other hydrangeas. ‘Quick Fire’ stands out due to the early summer bloom time with flowers in large, upright panicles. Flowers on new wood and blooms continues throughout summer, then into fall. Each panicle is made up of abundant showy, sterile florets which open white but turn pink. Later in the season they will become a reddish purple color. Easy to grow, sun tolerant.
‘Twist-n-Shout’ Endless Summer Lacecap
Hydrangea macrophylla Endless Summer ‘Twist-n-Shout’ 3-5′ Shade tolerant from the Endless Summer collection, re-blooming. Blue to pink color depends upon soil pH. A re-blooming lacecap. Pink or Blue Flowering begins in early summer and will continue through the autumn months. The deep green leaves of really make the flowers stand out. Plant ‘Twist-n-Shout’™ in mass, as an accent shrub or informal hedge. May be container grown.
Tree Form Hydrangea – For something unique in a landscape design, try tree form hydrangeas. Our plant nursery carries these in limited supplies so please ask. Tree formed shrubs are ideal for planting in large containers at a front entry way or door, at the end of a driveway or as a front yard accent.
Hydrangea bushes for sake in our plant nursery garden center are subject to change.