Characteristics Plant Type: Shrub Shrub Type: Deciduous Height Category: Medium Garden Height: 60 - 72 Inches Spacing: 60 - 72 Inches Spread: 60 - 72 Inches Flower Colors: White Flower Shade: will turn pinkish in fall Foliage Colors: Green Foliage Shade: wine-red fall color Habit: Mounded Container Role: Thriller
Plant Needs Light Requirement: Part Sun to Sun Maintenance Category: Easy Blooms On: Old Wood Bloom Time: Early Summer through Late Summer Hardiness Zones: 5a, 5b, 6a, 6b, 7a, 7b, 8a, 8b, 9a, 9b Water Category: Average
Features Compact plant with lots of flowers! A little smaller than other oakleaf hydrangeas, but with impressively large flowers, and lots of them. Full panicles of pure white blooms are held upright above the foliage. The flowers are quite large relative to the plant's compact size and make this plant a great choice for smaller gardens.
Top reasons to grow: - Foliage Interest - Fall Interest - Native to North America
Maintenance Notes Best in moist, well-drained soil. May need winter protection in the North.