Gatsby Pink® oakleaf hydrangea boasts big, showy blooms that quickly transform from pure white to a glorious pink, providing months of color. Handsome dark green foliage turns burgungy-red in autumn.
Doubled blooms are similar to those of ‘Snowflake’, but the individual petals are pointed instead of rounded. The result is a beautiful, lacy panicle – and a very showy plant. It’s a fun way to add some unexpected drama to woodland gardens.
Dwarf, compact shrub with dark green foliage that turns mahogany red in fall. Its white, 6.5 in. inflorescences are held upright above the foliage and gradually turn pink as they age
Flowers emerge white, but quickly turn pink before finally maturing to ruby red. Distinctive, deeply-lobed, somewhat coarse, deep green, oak-like leaves (to 5″ long) turn attractive shades of mahagony-red in autumn. Mature stems exfoliate to reveal a rich brown inner bark which is attractive in winter.
Grows 3-4′ tall with large white flowers covering the plant in mid summer. Should be cut back to ground in the spring to encourage a stronger habit. Can work in full sun if irrigated.
Larger stems and larger flowers makes this plant unique. Less prone to flopping because of its stronger stems. Flowers are white and do well in both sun and shade.
Mauve colored flowers on our native smooth Hydrangea. Large blooms look amazing come mid-summer. Great for the middle of a shade border.
Bottlebrush-like flowers in mid spring are fragrant like honey. Starting green and fading to white. Shrubs do very well in some shade. Rabbits do have a taste for their stems. Fall colors are spectacular.
Powdery blue foliage looks great against chartreuse foliage. Excellent color for the shade garden. White bottlebrush flowers in spring have a sweet smell. Fall colors of orange and red.
White bottlebrush flowers on a great shade tolerant shrub. Upright in habit, Mt Airy has scalloped leaves that turn oranges and red in fall. Prefers some acidic soil if ammendments are possible.