• Oak Leaf Hydrangeas: A Year of Interest

    by  • May 29, 2016 • Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    Oak Leaf Hydrangeas are named for their similarly lobed leaves that look like Oak trees. Oak Leaf Hydrangeas offer year-round interest. In winter, you’ll notice it’s dramatic peeling bark. In spring, bright green leaves mark the start of the growing season followed by dramatic summer blooms that last until fall. In late fall, the leaves turn red and burgundy giving warmth to the garden on cooler days. Oak Leaf Hydrangeas are great cut flowers and look great dried as well. You can also use the leaves for foliage in cut fall arrangements. Use as a background shrub in the garden as they can get quite large, or use them as a specimen plant to show off their beauty. Plant in sun or part sun. Here’s a few of our favorites we have in stock:
    Hydrangea q. Gatsby Pink 01
    Gatsby Pink starts blooming bright white and then gradually turns pink.
    Hydrangea q. Jet Stream 01
    Jet Stream grows up to 6′ tall! Plant in mass for a garden full of blooms.
    Hydrangea q. Munchkin 01
    Munchkin grows 3’x3′ making a perfect entry way shrub for full sun to dappled shade.
    Hydrangea q. Ruby Slippers 04
    Ruby Slippers age from white to deep pink and grow 3’x5′ for a more compact variety.

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