The Hydrangea Hysteria Pre-Order

You’re going to go crazy for these 65 incredible cultivars

Hysteria (noun): 1. A wild uncontrollable emotion or excitement exhibited in gardeners when a state of plant lust becomes uncontrollable. 2. a functional disturbance of the nervous system, of psychoneurotic origin, caused by the presentation of too many excruciatingly beautiful things, for example the Hydrangea Hysteria Pre-Order at Phoenix Perennials.

The last decade has seen an incredible number of distinctive and unusual Hydrangea introductions with innovations like the ability to bloom on new wood, dwarf habits, and new flower forms & colours. In this pre-order we assemble for you a specially curated selection of the best that the Hydrangea world has to offer including many hot new introductions as well as some tried and true classic performers.

Peruse our selection below, make notes on which plants you’d like and, when you’re ready, click on the link to place your order. The ordering page will open in a new window so you can have the photo and info page open alongside the ordering page. The ordering page includes all of the prices and sizes available.

Try not to go too crazy with all of the beauty! Then again, why not?

Pick-Up: These cultivars will be coming from many different sources including our own production. We estimate pick-up will begin in early to Mid May. We will email you when your order is ready for pick-up. Our Hydrangea are only available in the sizes listed.

Canadian Mail Order Customers: These plants are too big to ship since they are in 2-5 gallon pots. But, fear not. We also have Hydrangea and some of their relatives available in much more shippable sizes. Click to peruse our Mail Order Hydrangea.

Hydrangea angustipetala Golden Crane – Hydrangea ‘Golden Crane’ has large, fragrant lacecaps of white sterile florets around gold to chartreuse lacey reproductive florets. This cultivar is the earliest of hydrangea to bloom and smells sweetly of honey which will fill the entire garden. Narrow textured leaves complete the show on this handsome shrub. Introduced by Dan Hinkley from his collections from southern Sichuan, China.

Hydrangea arborescens ‘Annabelle’
Hydrangea arborescens ‘Annabelle’ is the classic white mophead. It has large white heads of pure white florets that age to green with time. The foliage is thick and blue-green and the plants bushy and upright. The arborescens group is native to North America. It is exceptionally hardy and easy going but like other hydrangeas requires good moisture to thrive in full sun.

Hydrangea arborescens ‘Haas Halo’
Hydrangea arborescens ‘Haas Halo’ offers stunning 14 inch wide lace cap blooms with pure white sterile florets surrounding greenish fertile florets. This is a unique form of the species which usually offers just mopheads. The foliage is thick and blue-green. Bushy and upright, with stronger stems to resist flopping and sterile florets that last from June to August, it is a graceful choice. The arborescens group native to North America is exceptionally hardy and easy going but like other hydrangeas requires good moisture to thrive in full sun.

Hydrangea arborescens Incrediball
Hydrangea Incrediball is an update on the classic ‘Annabelle’ with extra huge flower heads said to have strong enough stems to hold the flowers up even in a rain storm. We’ll see about that but they sure are magnificent even if they droop a little. Smooth hydrangea is native to eastern North America and is among the hardiest in the genus.

Hydrangea arborescens Incrediball Blush
Hydrangea Incrediball Blush is a pink version of the normally white species with huge heads of silver-pink flowers that deepen to deep pink and then turn to chartreuse on strong stems that can keep the giant inflorescences upright. Smooth hydrangea is native to eastern North America and is among the hardiest in the genus.

Hydrangea arborescens Invincibelle Limetta
Invincibelle Limetta is a dwarf ‘Annabelle’ type Hydrangea to just 36-48 inches tall and wide with lime green flowers turning to green-white and then to jade green on strong, upright stems. Limetta is a rebloomer meaning that unpruned plants will produce a long succession of blooms from early summer until frost while plants that are pruned or that die back to the ground will still bloom from mid summer until frost – great for cold climate gardeners or those who are overzealous with pruning shears! Great in the garden or pots. Smooth hydrangea is native to eastern North America and is among the hardiest in the genus.

Hydrangea arborescens Invincibelle Mini Mauvette
Hydrangea Invincibelle Mini Mauvette is a dwarf cultivar to just three feet tall and wide with rich lavender-pink flowers held in mopheads on strong, upright stems. Mini Mauvette is a rebloomer meaning that unpruned plants will produce a long succession of blooms from early summer until frost while plants that are pruned or that die back to the ground will still bloom from mid summer until frost – great for cold climate gardeners or those who are overzealous with pruning shears! Smooth hydrangea is native to eastern North America and is among the hardiest in the genus.

Hydrangea arborescens Invincibelle Wee White
Invincibelle Wee White is a dwarf ‘Annabelle’ type Hydrangea to just 30 inches tall and wide with pure white flowers on strong, upright stems. Great in the garden or pots. Wee White is a rebloomer meaning that unpruned plants will produce a long succession of blooms from early summer until frost while plants that are pruned or that die back to the ground will still bloom from mid summer until frost – great for cold climate gardeners or those who are overzealous with pruning shears! Smooth hydrangea is native to eastern North America and is among the hardiest in the genus.

Hydrangea aspera ‘Plum Passion’
‘Plum Passion’ is a gorgeous hydrangea with burgundy foliage. The leaves emerge green flushed with purple and then age to a deep, lustrous purple with rosy purple undersides. The flowers are whimsical lacecaps with blue and/or pink flowers depending on the soil pH. Hydrangea aspera is a widespread and variable species that grows across a wide range from the Himalaya, across southern China and to Taiwan.

Hydrangea macrophylla Blue Enchantress
Hydrangea Blue Enchantress is a dramatic reblooming cultivar with reddish-black stems that hold large mopheads of glowing blue flowers in acidic soils or pink flowers in alkaline soils. The reblooming nature will produce multiple flushes of flowers from early summer until frost or, in the event of overpruning by gardener or mother nature, flowers on new stems from mid summer until frost.

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Blue Wave’
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Blue Wave’, also known as ‘Mariesii Perfecta’, is a classic lacecap cultivar with flowers blue in acidic soils and pink in alkaline soils. However, it is reported to produce blue flowers

Hydrangea macrophylla Cityline Mars
Cityline Mars is a dramatic Hydrangea with variegated, white edged florets that can range from glowing royal blue to deep pink depending on the acidity of the soil. I fell to my knees when I saw it growing in acidic soils where this photo was taken. The Cityline Series are dwarf shrubs growing three feet tall and wide requiring no pruning. It is best if you don’t as they only bloom on old wood.

Hydrangea macrophylla Cityline Paris
Cityline Paris is a luscious Hydrangea with some of the reddest flowers of any cultivar with colour not changing much with the acidity of the soil. The Cityline Series are dwarf shrubs growing three feet tall and wide requiring no pruning. It is best if you don’t as they only bloom on old wood.

Hydrangea macrophylla Cityline Rio
Cityline Rio is a gorgeous Hydrangea with bold colours of deep blue in acidic soil and deep purple in alkaline soil. In neutral pH you can get a mix of royal purple and royal blue. Th8e Cityline Series are dwarf shrubs growing three feet tall and wide requiring no pruning. It is best if you don’t as they only bloom on old wood. They are perfect for small spaces and even a large pot.

Hydrangea macrophylla Cityline Venice
Cityline Venice ‘Venice Raven’ is a gorgeous Hydrangea with bold colours of deep blue in acidic soil and deep pink in alkaline soil. The Cityline Series are dwarf shrubs growing three feet tall and wide requiring no pruning. It is best if you don’t as they only bloom on old wood. They are perfect for small spaces and even a large pot.

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Curly Wurly White'

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Curly Wurly White’
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Curly Wurly White’ is a unique mophead with intriguing curled and cupped florets that begin flushed with light green becoming pure white with time. The distinctive shape of the florets will create a cool look in the garden. The plants are compact to three feet tall and wide.

Hydrangea macrophylla Double Delights Star Gazer
Hydrangea macrophylla Double Delights Star Gazer is a stunning compact shrub with lacecaps surrounded by star-like, double sterile florets in pink, lavender-blue, or blue depending on the pH each surrounded by a white picotee edge. Plants grow to about four feet tall and five feet wide. Blooms on old and new wood.

Hydrangea macrophylla Double Delights Wedding Gown
Hydrangea macrophylla Double Delights Wedding Gown ‘Dancing Snow’ is an elegant compact shrub with mopheads comprised of large, incredibly double, pure white to ivory white florets followed by miniature double florets that emerge greenish and turn to white. Plants grow to about four feet tall and five feet wide. Blooms on old and new wood.

Hydrangea macrophylla Endless Summer Twist-n-Shout
Endless Summer Twist-n-Shout is a reblooming lacecap Hydrangea with beautiful blue flowers in acidic soils and glowing pink flowers in alkaline soils. In mild climates “reblooming” means that you’ll get a few flushes of bloom for an extra long display. In cold climates or in the event of sever pruning where you lose the flowering wood it means you’ll still get flowers, just a little later in the season. Plants grow 3-5 feet high and wide.

Hydrangea macrophylla Everlasting Amethyst
Hydrangea macrophylla Everlasting Amethyst ‘Hokoamthyst’ has sturdy, long lasting flowers held high on thick, upright stems that begin fuchsia pink or violet blue, depending on the acidity of the soil, highlighted with green. The flowers age to a reddish pink with lime green. Plants grow into 3 foot mounds and bloom on both old and new wood. This means you can have flowers even in zone 5 when your hydrangea has died back to the ground!

Hydrangea macrophylla Everlasting Bride
Hydrangea macrophylla Everlasting Bride ‘Hortmabrid’ has mopheads of pure white flowers that eventually age to lime green. Plants grow into 3 foot mounds and bloom on both old and new wood. This means you can have flowers even in zone 5 when your hydrangea has died back to the ground!

Hydrangea macrophylla Everlasting Jade
Hydrangea macrophylla Everlasting Jade ‘Hortmaja’ has mopheads of serrated petals beginning apple green turning to white with lime green markings and then to celery green with deep pinkish red edges. Plants grow into 3 foot mounds and bloom on both old and new wood. This means you can have flowers even in zone 5 when your hydrangea has died back to the ground!

Hydrangea macrophylla Everlasting Noblesse
Hydrangea macrophylla Everlasting Noblesse ‘Hokomano’ has crisp, celery green flowers brightened by white centres with complimentary purple eyes. As the blooms mature, the white is not as prominent, turning a more saturated green. A strong grower, with remarkable flower power, Noblesse is a lovely choice for a garden setting, while only growing about three feet tall and wide. Blooms on new and old wood.

Hydrangea macrophylla Everlasting Revolution
Hydrangea macrophylla Everlasting Revolution ‘Hokomarevo’ flowers on new and old wood which means flowers even in zone 5! The multi-coloured flowers are unique with combinations of deep pink, maroon and true blue with green highlights. A dwarf three foot mound makes this perfect for containers and small spaces. Blooms on new and old wood.

Hydrangea macrophylla Inspire
Hydrangea macrophylla Inspire has unique, star-shaped, single or double florets with narrow petals arranged in large mopheads in shades of deep pink to lavender-blue depending on the pH of the soil. It blooms from early summer to mid-fall on both old and new wood and is an excellent option for climates where late frost may damage buds. A dense, compact shrub 40″ tall and wide. Easy to care for but requires summer moisture.

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Izu-no-hana’
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Izu-no-hana’ is a delicate and beautiful lacecap cultivar from Japan. The sterile and fertile florets can be a gorgeous blue in acidic soils or a glowing deep pink in alkaline soils. The sterile florets have a double set of petals. There are usually only 5-10 per lacecap held on long pedicels creating lovely open and airy effect.

Hydrangea macrophylla Let’s Dance Diva!
Hydrangea Let’s Dance Diva! is a dwarf, reblooming cultivar reaching just 2-3 ft. tall and wide with huge, lace cap flower heads as big as a dinner plate! You can count on this diva to put on a show. In acidic soils flowers are baby blue to lavender around lacy purple centres and in alkaline soils a lovely pink around dark lacy pink centres. No need to prune due to its dwarf size. If you do by accident or if stems get knocked back by a bad winter, Diva! will still bloom.

Hydrangea macrophylla Let’s Dance Rave
Hydrangea Let’s Dance Rave is a dwarf, reblooming cultivar reaching just 2-3 ft. tall and wide with huge, lace cap flower heads as big as a dinner plate! You can count on this diva to put on a show. In acidic soils flowers are rich purple-blue ranging through amazing royal purple, warm plum, and lavender pinks all the way to rich pink in alkaline soils. You can’t go wrong no matter the pH of your soil! No need to prune due to its dwarf size. If you do by accident or if stems get knocked back by a bad winter, Rave will still bloom.

Hydrangea macrophylla Let’s Dance Rhythmic Blue
Hydrangea macrophylla Let’s Dance Rhythmic Blue is a compact, reblooming cultivar growing to four feet high and wide. Flowers are a rich, glowing blue in acidic soils and pink in alkaline soils. Developed in Michigan for great cold climate performance.

Hydrangea macrophylla Light-O-Day
Hydrangea macrophylla Light-O-Day ‘Bailday’ is a stunning and elegant variegated lacecap hydrangea with pure white sterile florets surrounding lacy centres that are blue in acidic soils and pink in alkaline soils. The foliage is boldly variegated with wide, pure white margins adding interest even when Light-O-Day is not in bloom. Plants are 3-5 feet tall and wide. Blooms on old wood.

Hydrangea macrophylla Love
Hydrangea macrophylla Love has delightful double florets with rounded, overlapping petals decreasing in size towards the centre that are a perfect little girl pink. These mopheads are simultaneously texturally bold and cute as a button. Blooms on new and old wood on plants three feet tall and wide. Love comes from the same breeder as the famed ‘Miss Saori’.

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Miss Saori’
‘Miss Saori’ is a superlative new hydrangea that won the coveted Plant of the Year Award at the 2014 Chelsea Garden Show. She produces exquisite mopheads of double florets in white with perfect, glowing, rose-pink picotee edges on old and new wood from June until frost on 3×3 foot mounds perfect for gardens and containers. Foliage emerges burgundy-red in spring, turns to green, then back to burgundy-red in summer and fall. We are proud to likely be the first nursery in North America to offer this amazing plant in 2015.

Hydrangea macrophylla Nantucket Blue
Nantucket Blue ‘Grenan’ is a repeat blooming Hydrangea macrophylla that produces blue to pink mopheads prolifically over a long period until frost. It is reportedly hardy to zone 4 and was bred from the renowned plants that grow on Nantucket Island. Plants are dense and compact with a vigorous growth habit.

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Nikko Blue’
‘Nikko Blue’ is a classic Hydrangea with flowers ranging in colour from rich, sky blue through lavender to lavender pink, depending on the pH of the soil. Plants are 4-6 feet tall and wide and bloom on old wood. In acidic soils this is one of the most beautiful blues you can grow. In less acidic soils plants can produce a multi-colour display of blue, lavender and pink all on the same plant all at the same time.

Hydrangea macrophylla Onyx Flamingo
Hydrangea macrophylla Onyx ‘Flamingo’ forms beautiful mopheads of baby pink flowers atop dramatic black stems. Dwarf plants grow 3-4 feet tall and wide, perfect for small spaces or large containers. Blooms on new and old wood guaranteeing flowers even when stems are knocked back by pruning or cold weather.

Hydrangea macrophylla Pistachio
Hydrangea macrophylla Pistachio is an incredibly distinct hydrangea with mixed colours of blue, deep pink and green all on the same florets mixed together into intriguing multi-coloured mopheads. It is a compact plant just 2-3 feet tall and wide rarely, if ever, requiring pruning and blooms on old and new wood.

Hydrangea macrophylla Seaside Serenade Fire Island
Hydrangea Seaside Serenade Fire Island is a stunning mophead cultivar with heavily ruffled white florets edged in rich rosy red maturing to deep pink. Plants grow to 3 feet tall and wide and have beautiful maroon foliage in spring and fall. Perfect for small spaces or even in large pots! No need to prune as plants stay compact.

Hydrangea macrophylla Seaside Serenade Hamptons
Hydrangea Seaside Hamptons has gorgeous mopheads in unusual pink tones including coral pink, icy pink, and pink pink. Plants grow to 3 feet tall and wide and have beautiful maroon foliage in spring and fall. Perfect for small spaces or even in large pots! No need to prune as plants stay compact.

Hydrangea macrophylla Spike

Hydrangea macrophylla Spike
Hydrangea macrophylla Spike ‘Kolk25’ offers a whole new look in mophead hydrangeas with heavily ruffled florets that give the mopheads a dynamic, frilly quality. Flower colour can range from true blue to pink depending on soil pH.

Hydrangea macrophylla Endless Summer Summer Crush

Hydrangea macrophylla Endless Summer Summer Crush
Endless Summer Summer Crush is a compact, reblooming mophead Hydrangea with raspberry red blooms in alkaline soils and neon purples mixed with purple-blue in acidic soils. In mild climates “reblooming” means that you’ll get a few flushes of bloom for an extra long display. In cold climates or in the event of severe pruning where you lose the flowering wood it means you’ll still get flowers, just a little later in the season. Plants grow to 3 feet high and wide.

Hydrangea macrophylla Tilt-A-Swirl

Hydrangea macrophylla Tilt-A-Swirl
Hydrangea macrophylla Tilt-A-Swirl ‘Qufu’ has unusual mopheads of green and rosy red flowers that are continuously changing over the season. Plants grow into 3-4 foot mounds and bloom on both old and new wood. This means you can have flowers even in zone 5 when your hydrangea has died back to the ground!

Hydrangea macrophylla x paniculata Princess Diana 'Wow Time'

Hydrangea macrophylla x paniculata Princess Diana ‘Wow Time’
We are so excited to be one of the first nurseries in the world to offer this incredible hybrid Hydrangea, apparently a cross between H. macrophylla and H. paniculata. Named for the unforgettable Princess Diana this cultivar will light up any space just as she did throughout her life. Mopheads of starry, narrow-petaled, double florets in glowing shades of salmon pink and deep pink with highlights of green grace this rebloomer from early summer through fall. The texture and colour of the mopheads are unique in the genus. Should be hardy to at least zone 5 and perhaps lower. The trade name is Princess Diana while the cultivar is ‘Wow Time’.

Hydrangea paniculata Bobo

Hydrangea paniculata Bobo
We fell in love with Bobo the moment we saw it. This dwarf panicle hydrangea grows to just three feet tall and four feet wide and blooms so heavily with its creamy white, conical inflorescences from early summer to fall that you can hardly see the foliage with flowers right down to the ground! In fall the flowers develop a pinkish hue. Paniculatas are super hardy, bloom on new wood, are fragrant, and make good dried flowers.

Hydrangea paniculata Fire Light

Hydrangea paniculata Fire Light
Hydrangea paniculata Fire Light has upright panicles packed with florets which transform from pure white in summer to rich pomegranate-pink in late summer to fall. Its thick, sturdy, burgundy stems hold up the beautiful flowers so they are prominently displayed in the garden. An exceptional landscape shrub for foundation planting, back of the border or cutting garden. Paniculatas are super hardy, bloom on new wood, are fragrant, and make good dried flowers.

Hydrangea paniculata Fraise Melba

Hydrangea paniculata Fraise Melba
Hydrangea paniculata Fraise Melba is a large panicle hydrangea growing up to 6-7 feet tall and 4-5 feet wide with strong, burgundy stems holding aloft large conical flower heads that start in shades of creamy white and then age to glowing deep pink and then dark red. Blooms all summer into fall. Paniculatas are super hardy, bloom on new wood, are fragrant, and make good dried flowers.

Hydrangea paniculata Lava Lamp Candelabra

Hydrangea paniculata Lava Lamp Candelabra
Hydrangea paniculata Lava Lamp Candelabra is a full size cultivar growing to 4-6 feet tall and wide covered all summer and fall by conical inflorescences that emerge creamy white and quickly turn from pink to red starting with the lower flowers and moving upwards creating a study in white, pink and red. Paniculatas are among the hardiest of hydrangea and bloom on new wood producing flowers even after a hard pruning or a cold winter which are great for drying. They show some drought tolerance.

Hydrangea paniculata Lava Lamp Flare

Hydrangea paniculata Lava Lamp Flare
Hydrangea paniculata Lava Lamp Flare ‘Kolmavesu’ is an incredibly compact cultivar growing to only three feet tall and wide covered all summer and fall by conical inflorescences that emerge creamy white and quickly turn from pink to red starting with the lower flowers and moving upwards creating a study in white, pink and red. Paniculatas are among the hardiest of hydrangea and bloom on new wood producing flowers even after a hard pruning or a cold winter which are great for drying. They show some drought tolerance.

Hydrangea paniculata Lava Lamp Moonrock

Hydrangea paniculata Lava Lamp Moonrock
Hydrangea paniculata Lava Lamp Moonrock is a mid size cultivar growing to 4-6 feet tall and wide covered all summer and fall by esoteric and wonderful huge conical inflorescences that emerge lime green eventually turning to creamy white and then to apple green. Paniculatas are among the hardiest of hydrangea and bloom on new wood producing flowers even after a hard pruning or a cold winter which are great for drying. They show some drought tolerance.

Hydrangea paniculata Limelight

Hydrangea paniculata Limelight
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Limelight’ is vigorous and upright but smaller than the other paniculatas growing to just four feet. Sports enormous showy, somewhat conical balls of lime green developing to ivory white and then into green with a flush a pink. Excellent for drier areas. Don’t forget to cut some for a dried flower display in autumn. Usefull in containers. Paniculatas are super hardy, bloom on new wood, are fragrant, and make good dried flowers.

Hydrangea paniculata Little Lime

Hydrangea paniculata Little Lime
Hydrangea paniculata Little Lime is a dwarf form of ‘Limelight’ growing to 3-5 feet high and wide. It has large showy, somewhat conical balls of lime green developing to ivory white and then into green with a flush of pink. Excellent for drier areas. Don’t forget to cut some for a dried flower display in autumn. Paniculatas are super hardy, bloom on new wood, are fragrant, and make good dried flowers.

Hydrangea paniculata Pinky Winky

Hydrangea paniculata Pinky Winky
Hydrangea paniculata Pinky Winky is a large panicle hydrangea with conical flower heads blooming in summer in creamy white which age slowly to pink and red as the garden moves into the fall. Excellent for drier areas. Don’t forget to cut some for a dried flower display in autumn. Paniculatas are super hardy, bloom on new wood, are fragrant, and make good dried flowers.

Hydrangea paniculata Quick Fire

Hydrangea paniculata Quick Fire
Quick Fire begins to bloom in early summer, one month earlier than other Hydrangea paniculata,offering cone-shaped panicles covered in large creamy white flowers. The flowers soon develop a pink tinge which will continue to darken until fall when the flower colour will approach a lusty red. Paniculatas are super hardy, bloom on new wood, are fragrant, and make good dried flowers.

Hydrangea paniculata Strawberry Sundae

Hydrangea paniculata Strawberry Sundae
Hydrangea paniculata Strawberry Sundae/Sundae Fraise ‘Rensun’ is a medium-sized panicle hydrangea growing up to 4-5 feet tall and 3-4 feet wide with strong, burgundy stems holding aloft large conical flower heads that start in shades of creamy white and then age to glowing pink and then strawberry red. Blooms all summer into fall. This is a smaller form of Vanilla Strawberry. Paniculatas are super hardy, bloom on new wood, are fragrant, and make good dried flowers.

Hydrangea quercifolia 'Alice'

Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Alice’
Oakleaf hydrangea is a slow growing shrub of great beauty and one of the few hydrangeas not native to Asia in this case hailing from the southeastern US. ‘Alice’ is noted for its large, arching flower panicles and disease-free foliage that offers superior fall colour in purples and reds. The conical white panicles produced in late spring grace the plants all summer and tinge pink as they age. Drought tolerant.

Hydrangea quercifolia Gatsby Pink

Hydrangea quercifolia Gatsby Pink
Hydrangea quercifolia Gatsby Pink ‘JoAnn’ is an oakleaf hydrangea forming creamy white cones that flush to pink and turn to dusky pink to lavender-pink with age. Great mahogany fall colour. A sturdy and strong North American native, Gatsby Pink can grow up to eight feet tall. Drought tolerant. Blooms on old wood.

Hydrangea paniculata 'Pee Wee'

Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Pee Wee’
Oakleaf hydrangea is a slow growing shrub of great beauty and one of the few hydrangeas not native to Asia in this case hailing from the southeastern US. ‘Pee Wee’ is a dwarf selection of smaller stature and with smaller leaves and flower panicles. The conical white panicles produced in late spring grace the plants all summer and tinge pink as they age. Bronze, maroon and purple fall colour. Drought tolerant.

Hydrangea quercifolia 'Snowflake'

Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Snowflake’
Oakleaf hydrangea (H. quercifolia) is a slow growing shrub of great beauty and one of the few hydrangeas not native to Asia in this case hailing from the southeastern US. ‘Snowflake’ is noted for its gorgeous double florets. The cone-shaped panicles of white florets are produced in late spring and grace the plants all summer as they age to pink. Oakleaf hydrangea have great, long-lasting fall colour and are drought tolerant.

Hydrangea serrata 'O-amacha Nishiki'

Hydrangea serrata ‘O-amacha Nishiki’
Hydrangea serrata ‘O-amacha Nishiki’ is great for flowers and foliage. The new growth emerges with pale yellow speckling that turns gold by late summer contrasting beautifully with the red stems and pink petioles. In summer ‘O-amacha Nishiki’ produces pale pink lace cap flowers that look spectacular against the foliage which develops red tints if planted in some sun. Mountain hydrangea have more delicate foliage and habit and are often smaller then traditional H. macrophylla. Mountain hydrangea tend to be smaller than and perform better in zones 5 and 6 than Hydrangea macrophylla.

Hydrangea serrata Seasdie Serenade Cape May

Hydrangea serrata Seaside Serenade Cape May
Hydrangea serrata Seaside Serenade Cape May is a sturdy, 3 foot tall and wide mountain hydrangea with gorgeous deep pink flowers in alkaline soils and blue flowers in acidic soils. Foliage develops burgundy tint in more light. Mountain hydrangea tend to be smaller than and perform better in zones 5 and 6 than Hydrangea macrophylla.

Hydrangea serrata Tuff Stuff
Hydrangea serrata Tuff Stuff is a sturdy, 2-3 foot tall and wide, reblooming mountain hydrangea with gorgeous rich pink lacecaps that can be lavender blue in lower pH. Mountain hydrangea tend to be smaller than and perform better in zones 5 and 6 than Hydrangea macrophylla.

Hydrangea serrata Tuff Stuff Ah-Ha

Hydrangea serrata Tuff Stuff Ah-Ha
Hydrangea serrata Tuff Stuff Ah-Ha is a sturdy, 2-3 foot tall and wide, reblooming mountain hydrangea with beautiful double florets of sky blue in acidic soils, lavender and lavender pink in neutral soil, and light pink in alkaline soil. Blooms emerge on old wood in early summer and then on new wood from mid summer through autumn. Mountain hydrangea tend to be smaller than and perform better in zones 5 and 6 than Hydrangea macrophylla.

Hydrangea serrata Tuff Stuff Red

Hydrangea serrata Tuff Stuff Red
Hydrangea serrata Tuff Stuff Red is a sturdy, 2-3 foot tall and wide, reblooming mountain hydrangea with gorgeous deep pink flowers with tiny chartreuse green central florets all held on dark stems. Blooms emerge on old wood in early summer and then on new wood from mid summer through autumn. Mountain hydrangea tend to be smaller than and perform better in zones 5 and 6 than Hydrangea macrophylla.