Invincibelle Spirit (Hydrangea arborescens blooms pink—and reblooms all summer. Flowerheads start out dark burgundy, fade to a soft pink, then finish green before the frost. Grows up to 4 feet high and wide.
Bella Anna (H. arborescens) look great under a window where you can enjoy them from inside. 'Annabelle' has white blooms in summer, while Bella Anna is covered in pink flowers until fall. Both grow up to 5 feet high and wide; USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to
Incrediball Hydrangea arborescens Shrub - The size of basketballs, these flowerheads open a shade of key-lime, then mature to snowy white! Excellent planted near Paper Birch Trees which attract Downy Woodpeckers.
Hydrangea (hydrangea arborescens): Your flowering plant could be a Hydrangea arborescens, prized for its large creamy white flower clusters. As a plant, does best in partial shade or filtered light, watered regularly and fed with an acid fertilizer formulated for hydrangeas. Do not allow plant to sit in water as this may lead to root rot. Also very popular in cut flower arrangements.
Climbing hydrangea (Hydrangea petiolaris) blooms in summer with showy white, fragrant flowers on dark green, heart-shaped foliage that yellows in fall. Grows up to 50 feet high and 6 feet wide in zones 4 to
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Hydrangea Lemon Daddy - Lemon Daddy has shiny lemon-yellow foliage and large pink (or blue) mophead flowers. This strong-stemmed, vigorous grower performs well in hot, humid conditions, and will brighten up the shade garden even when not in bloom.