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Hydrangea

Flowering, easy-growing shrubs that make their home in the shade

Hydrangeas are some of America's most beloved flowering shrubs. You can train and shape them into topiary-like trees, use them to create hedges for property borders, or just let them go all wild and natural in any full to half-shade spot. The flower presentations and color choices are pretty varied, with Mopheads, Lacecaps and Oak Leafs leading the pack of white to pink to red, purple and blue blooms. Many varieties are well-suited to growing in containers, which make hydrangeas a wonderful addition to deck and patio sitting areas.

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  1. Snow Queen Oakleaf Hydrangea, Hydrangea quercifolia 'Flemygea' Snow Queen

    ‘Snow Queen’ Hydrangea is covered in conical cream-colored blossoms in mid-summer that gradually fade to dusky pink as fall approaches. The beautiful oak-shaped leaves add intere...

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    Snow Queen Oakleaf Hydrangea Snow Queen Oakleaf Hydrangea Hydrangea quercifolia 'Flemygea' Snow Queen
    As low as $23.99
    Per Plant - 3.5" Pot
    ‘Snow Queen’ Hydrangea is covered in conical cream-colored blossoms in mid-summer that gradually fade to dusky pink as fall approaches. The beautiful oak-shaped leaves add interest all season long, shifting to bronze, purple, and red at the season’s end. An award-winning native shrub for easy elegance in your landscape or garden. (Hydrangea quercifolia)
  2. White Climbine Hydrangea Vine, Hydrangea anomala petiolaris

    Climbing Hydrangea Vine pairs the blooms of white lacecap hydrangeas with the vertical coverage of a foliage-rich vine. Unlike other climbers, this flowering vine also produces horiz...

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    Climbing Hydrangea Vine Climbing Hydrangea Vine Hydrangea anomala petiolaris
    $17.32
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    Climbing Hydrangea Vine pairs the blooms of white lacecap hydrangeas with the vertical coverage of a foliage-rich vine. Unlike other climbers, this flowering vine also produces horizontal branches that showcase even more blooms and a thicker cover of glossy green leaves. Cinnamon-red bark is shaggy and textured, providing winter interest. A bit slow to start, but expect a growth spurt once established. (Hydrangea Anomala Petiolaris)
  3. Next Generation® Pistachio Hydrangea, Hydrangea macrophylla Horwack PP#25577

    Next Generation® ‘Pistachio’ Hydrangea lights up the garden with eye-popping mophead flowers in shades of chartreuse edged in raspberry pink. As the flowers age, the color shift...

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    Next Generation® Pistachio Hydrangea Next Generation® Pistachio Hydrangea PP#25577 Hydrangea macrophylla Horwack PP#25577
    $26.65
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    Next Generation® ‘Pistachio’ Hydrangea lights up the garden with eye-popping mophead flowers in shades of chartreuse edged in raspberry pink. As the flowers age, the color shifts, creating beautiful combinations. Blooming continuously from late spring to fall, its compact height makes it a welcome addition to a small space, container, or border planting. Beautiful as cut or dried flowers too, this easy-care shrub is a perfect solution for a summer-long show. (Hydrangea macrophylla)
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