We’re pleased to offer a compact, rounded form of the beautiful Oakleaf Hydrangea, sized just right for smaller gardens. Large, upright 9″ flower clusters open white in early summer, then become pale pink and finally, deep rose. In fall, the big show happens when its leaves turn brilliant mahogany. Blooms on old wood.
Hydrangea is a valuable genus of some 100 species of shrubs and vines grown for their large and very showy flower heads. Hydrangeas are at their best in summer and fall—a quiet time for most woody plants—and are worth having for that reason alone. For more information on Hydrangea care, click Growing Guide.