Have you considered adding Hydrangeas to your landscape, but aren’t sure where to start? Let Woodie help you out.
Information on our best selling Hydrangea’s (Listed by Type):
Please note: we’ve included links to care instructions for each type (click on the type)
Endless Summer Hydrangea: This groundbreaking introduction was a major upgrade to Hydrangea macrophylla, or mophead hydrangeas. The Original Endless Summer continues to be well loved for big round blue or pink blooms, its entirely up to you.
Endless Summer Blushing Bride Hydrangea: Hydrangea Blushing Bride is a pure white hydrangea with blooms that mature to a sweet, pink blush that make Blushing Bride a favorite for gardens, landscapes and cut flower hydrangea arrangements.
Endless Summer Bloomstruck Hydrangea: Displaying vivid purple or rose-pink flower heads (depending on soil pH), BloomStruck is the newest Hydrangea macrophylla variety in the Endless Summer collection. It has sturdy red stems and big, beautiful blooms all summer long.
Hydrangea Let’s Dance Big Easy: Reliable re-blooming hydrangea blooms every year! Hydrangea Let’s Dance Big Easy flowers on both old and new wood so will flower in late summer even after cold winters. Extra large, vividly colored pink mop-head flowers.
Cityline Rio Hydrangea: Blanketed by vibrant, colorful flower clusters. This compact beauty features lovely blue to purple blooms. Grows well in most soil types, but requires acidic soil pH to produce the most intense blue/purple coloring.
Let’s Dance Blue Jangles Hydrangea: Let’s Dance Blue Jangles Hydrangea is a big-leaf hydrangea that blooms on both old and new wood, with a tight, compact habit that is unusual among re-blooming hydrangeas. Large, full flower heads will readily go heavenly blue in acid soils; in alkaline soils, they’ll be vivid pink. This proven performer will bloom reliably even in zone 5.
Let’s Dance Rhythmic Blue Hydrangea: The flowers of this latest Let’s Dance re-blooming hydrangea are truly amazing. The florets have a distinctive geometric shape, and are closely packed into full, richly colored mophead flowers. It has the richest, most vibrant blue seen on a hydrangea!
Nikko Blue Hydrangea: Hydrangea Nikko Blue is a superb shrub for accent, specimen or border use in semi-shaded areas; desired for the splendid, abundant, showy flower clusters. Handsome foliage on boldly branched, mounded form. Blooms on old wood. When planted in acidic soils, produces blue flowers; in more alkaline soils, flower color may have a pink hue.
Pistachio Hydrangea: If you’re already a lover of Hydrangeas, Hydrangea Pistachio is a must-have. If you’re new to gardening, you might as well start with an easy-to-grow shrub with blooms that will absolutely blow you away! From late spring or early summer through fall, you’ll be dazzled by wide bloom heads filled with petals of lime green accented with deep pink. You truly do have to see these flowers to believe them!
Let’s Dance Diva Hydrangea: Let’s Dance Diva Hydrangea is a reblooming hydrangea has sepals the size of your palm and baby blue (or pink) lace-cap blooms as big as a dinner plate. Like other Let’s Dance reblooming hydrangeas, this workhorse flowers on both old and new wood, ensuring gardeners of beautiful flowers every summer. Soil pH will affect bloom color.
Let’s Dance Starlight Hydrangea: A real workhorse, Let’s Dance Starlight Hydrangea is the first reblooming lace-cap hydrangea, and has exceptionally rich, vibrant flower color. It’s an elegant addition to any garden.
Endless Summer Twist-N-Shout Hydrangea: The first re-blooming lacecap hydrangea, Endless Summer Twist-N-Shout Hydrangea has amazing pink or periwinkle blue hydrangea flowers that bloom on sturdy red stems to give added interest to your garden.
Blue Billow Hydrangea: Blue Billow Hydrangea is a drought tolerant, low maintenance flowering shrub. It has large light blue lacecap heads on long stems. Blue Billow is very free-flowering in filtered shade or wooded areas.
Snow Queen Hydrangea: Hydrangea Snow Queen is a cultivar produces 8-inch-long, conical flower heads from early summer on. It is as notable for its distinct, deeply lobed leaves as for its reliably showy, creamy blooms. The foliage produces outstanding fall color and the flowers take on purplish-pink hues when dried.
Incrediball Hydrangea: This stunning hydrangea is a bit of a prodigy. It is an improved version of Hydrangea Annabelle that doesn’t flop. If your looking for a native hydrangea that produces 12 in blooms you’ve found it.
Limelight Hydrangea: The myth, the legend, the plant: Hydrangea Limelight! This unique panicle hydrangea revolutionized landscaping across North America. Huge, football-shaped flowers open in an elegant celadon green that looks fresh and clean in summer’s heat. The blooms age to an array of pink, red, and burgundy which persists through frost for months of irresistible flowers.
Little Lime Hydrangea: Hydrangea Little Lime is small enough to grow in containers and also stands out as a bold mass planting. Its bright bloom coloration makes it an excellent choice for cut flower gardens and can be used fresh or dried. Summer flowers open soft green and turn pink and burgundy in fall.
Bobo Hydrangea: This dwarf panicle hydrangea will turn heads! Bobo® hydrangea is engulfed by large white flowers in summer. The flowers are held upright on strong stems, and continue to grow and lengthen as they bloom. No flopping, unlike some panicle hydrangeas! As blooms age, they turn pink. It is compact and dwarf in habit, and the flowers cover every inch of the plant right down to the ground.
Little Quick Fire Hydrangea: Hydrangea Little Quick Fire, it is early blooming, flowering about a month before other hydrangeas. White flowers transform to pink-red as summer progresses. This dwarf plant fits easily into any landscape, including container gardens.
Quick Fire Hydrangea: Hydrangea Quick Fire is the first to bloom each year. Quick Fire® hydrangea blooms about a month before any other panicle hydrangea. Flowers open pure white then turn pink, and will be an extremely dark rosy-pink in the fall. Unlike other panicle hydrangeas, Quick Fire also has excellent fall foliage color for a final hurrah before winter.
Sweet Summer Hydrangea: Hydrangea Sweet Summer is a mid-sized hydrangea with an extreme number of dense panicles. Green flowers mature to white in Summer and turn shades of pink in Fall. Shows white AND shades of pink all at the same time! Very strong stems for great cut flowers.
Strawberry Sundae Hydrangea: Strawberry Sundae Hydrangea is an irresistible combination: big blooms on a compact shrub. Add the fact that these particular flowers open lime-green, then quickly turn creamy white, soft pink, and finally darkest red.
Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea: Hydrangea Vanilla Strawberry has giant 10″ blooms that appear in mid summer and begin a pristine white. Two weeks later they turn a blush pink before changing to a dark rose color!
How to Care for your Hydrangeas:
Most Hydrangeas are best planted in Full to Partial Sun. Very little is needed as far as care is concerned. A supplemental watering is sometimes beneficial during periods of prolonged drought. If after many years your Hydrangeas seem tired they can be pruned hard. Doings this in the spring is the best opportunity as the plant has the most vigor during the spring.
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