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Purple Hydrangea Shrubs are the perfect royal color option when gardeners are choosing hydrangeas for their home landscape. Their flowers are easy to add to any existing garden for a pop of classiness or in a new garden as the focal point. Their flowers come in various shades of blue, purple, multicolors, etc. Their varying color pallets compliment many different colored gardens.
Hydrangeas are highly tolerant of varying soil types and are easy to cultivate. They are a great and inexpensive way to instantly enhance the curb appeal of your home garden or commercial landscape. Their versatility can be used for foundation planting or as a focal point.
Types of Purple Hydrangea
Endless Summer Bloomstruck
This shade-loving shrub will liven up any yard all summer long with vibrant violet-blue or deep rose blossoms. This hydrangea blooms on both old and new wood, meaning it is sure to blossom every year! Endless Summer typically blooms every July and August producing stunning mophead flower heads that can grow up to 5 feet tall and wide. Soil pH does determine the color of these flowers. Try using soil acidified to achieve the exact color you want.
Endless Summer Twist and Shout
Endless Summer Twist and Shout Hydrangea features showy hot pink lace-cap flowers with blue overtones at the ends of the branches. It typically blooms from early summer to early fall and grows up to 4 feet tall and wide. This particular hydrangea grows at a fast rate and under ideal conditions can be expected to live up to 20 years. Unlike the other Endless Hydrangea shrub, this shrub is not particular to soil pH levels. If you do not live in a climate that can successfully care for this shrub, try potting it in an outdoor pot and bring it indoors in the winter months.
This compact mophead cultivar grows only 2 to 3 feet tall and about 3 to 5 feet wide. Pistachio hydrangeas typically bloom on old wood in late spring and repeat bloom on new wood from summer into fall. Their flowers open to a green tinge with chartreuse colors, but as they develop, the center of each scarlet red to violet red tinged with chartreuse-green and a small blue eye. This shrub grows best in rich, medium moisture, well-drained soils in part shade. They can tolerate full sun but only if grown in consistently moist soils.
L.A. Dreamin' Hydrangeas
This Big Leaf Hydrangea is compact, making it a versatile addition to any garden or container. Pink, lavender, and blue blooms will blossom regardless of the soil's acidity level your hydrangea is in. These hydrangeas are fast-growing and can grow up to 6 feet tall and wide, making them great statement plants in your front yard or under trees.
Wee Bit Giddy Hydrangeas
A new Hydrangea cultivar, this shrub has stunning red and purple blossoms that rebloom all summer long. Wee Bit Giddy Hydrangeas are hardy, low-maintenance, and compact shrubs that go well in any garden. The parent cultivars of this shrub are Cityline Paris and Let's Dance Rave hydrangeas. Similar to other macrophylla hydrangeas, this shrub's colors change depending on the pH of the soil. If it is planted in acidic soils, it will display blooms with a deep purple-red tone.
Let's Dance Moonlight Hydrangeas
Let's Dance Moonlight offers large, vividly colored mophead flowers in summer, with a bonus of great fall foliage colors. This shrub blooms every year on both old and new wood. The acidity levels of your soil will affect the colors of this shrub's flowers. Soils with high pH levels will be blue and lilac to pink in slightly acidic to alkaline soils. This particular hydrangea was developed in Michigan and bred especially to withstand cold weather.
Cityline Rio Hydrangeas
Cityline Rio Hydrangea shrubs bloom in early summer and grow up to 3 feet tall and wide at maturity. This low-maintenance shrub is an exquisite addition to your garden or patio with its cheerful blooms of violet and blue. This mophead Hydrangea was developed in Germany! It adds textures to any mixed container or border gardens.
Wee Bit Grumpy Hydrangeas
Another new Hydrangea cultivar, Wee Bit Grumpy produces joyous blue-purple flowers that rebloom all growing season long. This shrub is disease-resistant and low maintenance, making it wonderful for any gardener and garden. If you want to see the deepest, and most dramatic purple blossoms, we recommend pairing this with a soil acidifier, but only after you perform a soil pH test!