Hydrangea anomala, commonly known as climbing hydrangea, is a vigorous, sprawling, deciduous, woody vine that clings and climbs by twining and aerial rootlets along the stems, typically maturing over time to 30-40’ long.
With a commanding presence in the summer and fall garden, White Diamonds® is an exceptional compact hydrangea with glistening white, upright panicles that eventually fade to lovely parchment and pink colors for dried arrangements. Smaller and more manageable than most H. paniculata, White Diamonds boasts dark green leathery foliage that displays increased heat and drought tolerance. Use as an anchor in the mixed border, plant as a hedge or in a large grouping for a magnificent effect.
This is a wonderful dwarf form of the popular Quick Fire™ hydrangea. Like the original, it is early blooming, flowering about a month before other hydrangeas. White flowers transform to pink-red as summer progresses. Compact size fits easily into any landscape. Use it in a mixed border, or as a showy specimen or foundation plant. Its early bloom time will extend your garden’s hydrangea season.
Upright panicles with cone-shaped white flowers that age to pink are prominently displayed on thick, strong stems. Blooms appear on old wood in mid to late summer. Excellent for cutting! An exceptional landscape shrub for foundation or back of the border. Patio tree forms are perfect for framing an entry or as a large border accent.
First macrophylla to show blue, pink and everything in between on the same plant. As L.A. Dreamin’® matures, it can bloom in shades of blue, purple, and pink—at the same time, on the same plant.
Small, but bold! Numerous rich rose pink mophead blooms on a dwarf plant ideal for containers and borders. Use as a showy accent to brighten small, shady spaces. Long-lasting blooms are excellent as cut flowers. Deciduous.
Large double-flowered, bi-color, mop-head blooms range from light pink to pastel blue with a white scalloped edge. This compact shrub produces flower clusters on old wood in spring, continuing the show on new wood, summer through fall. An exceptional choice for smaller gardens and containers.
New re-blooming Blue Enchantress Hydrangea® offers a summer-long display of color, and the most incredible blue when planted in acidic soil. The big mophead flowers with ruby-black stems are long lasting and extraordinary in cut flower arrangements. This rounded shrub grows in sun to dappled shade, in the ground or in a container.
This rare and precocious shrub, with large lacecaps of white and chartreuse not only blooms in late spring – among the earliest of all hydrangeas to bloom – but is sweetly scented, a trait very rare in this genus. The jasmine-like scent will perfume an entire garden! A superb selection by Dan Hinkley from seed collected in Sichuan Province, China.
A new dwarf form of the popular Limelight Hydrangea, Little Lime sports the same great flower power but in a smaller package. Attractive green summer flowers turn pink in fall. This hardy selection is excellent for use in mixed border or foundation plantings. Sturdy stems are good for cut flower arrangements.