This species from China will make a large shrub (10'x10') in time. The narrow fuzzy leaves are dark green. In early summer the plant is covered with lavender lace cap flowers.
This mophead has the most unusual flowers that are thickened like leather. The flowers can be pink or blue and are large in July.
This is a truly great hydrangea! Our 3 plants are 8' across as a group and 2' tall. The deep green leaves are a nice backdrop for the massive amount of blue lace cap flowers. In fall, the foliage turns luscious purple.
Didn't sell until we got some 2 gallons blooming. At plant sales, they flew off the tables. The white lace cap flowers bloom in June and are lovely.
This is a paniculata variety that has white foliage with deep green blotches. The overall effect is of a white foliaged hydrangea. Flowers white in July-August.
This is a variegated climbing hydrangea. The foliage comes out white and turns green as the season progresses. The new foliage is attractive against the older green leaves.
The original plant at Jane Platt's garden was a very small deciduous vine.
This evergreen climbing hydrangea has glossy green leaves throughout the year. The white lace cap flowers appear in early summer.
We liked this new hydrangea immediately. The low mop head has green and pink flowers in July.
This moderate sized (4’-5’) hydrangea has varying colored flowers. A single plant can have pink, blue and lavender flowers all summer.
This is one of the oak leaf hydrangeas that opens its flowers white and changes to a rosy pink. This long season plant will have flowers summer-fall, then beautiful fall foliage late in the season.
Still one of the finest of the oak leaf hydrangeas. The large white flowers appear in July and eventually turn tan in fall. The fall foliage is purple, red and yellow. The bark peels in the large stems.
This has light blue lace cap flowers in summer. The 2’-3’ shrub will be covered with the pretty flowers.