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Hahira Nursery

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea, Sister Theresa Hydrangea)

Native to Japan, bigleaf hydrangea is a medium-sized deciduous shrub with large green leaves, a rounded busy habit, and showy flat-topped (lacecap type) or rounded (hortensia or mophead type) flower heads in summer. Introduced in the 1940s but still widely available, the cultivar 'Sister Theresa' bears mophead-type clusters of linen-white, ruffled flowers, which age to pinkish and greenish tones.

These hydrangeas prefer amply moist, well drained, humus-rich soil and will happily grow in full...

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea, Todi Bigleaf Hydrangea)

Excellent hardiness, beauty and a reblooming nature are the main selling points of ‘Todi.’ This compact selection produces many mophead-type blooms of pink or blue. Its medium-sized flowers first appear in late spring and will continue all summer. This is an ideal cultivar for container culture.

Hydrangea macrophylla is a medium-sized, deciduous shrub with attractive large leaves. This eastern Asian native typically produces large flower clusters with small fertile flowers towards the...

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www.HydrangeasHydrangeas.com

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea, Tokyo Delight Bigleaf Hydrangea)

This robust lacecap hydrangea bears many broad, lacy clusters of icy blue or pink flowers in early to midsummer. The flowers are ideal for cutting and the plants are well-suited to container culture.

Hydrangea macrophylla is a medium-sized, deciduous shrub with attractive large leaves. This eastern Asian native typically produces large flower clusters with small fertile flowers towards the center and showy sterile flowers along the edges. Flower color in hydrangeas varies depending...

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www.holehirdgardens.org.uk

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea, Tovelit Bigleaf Hydrangea)

The bicolored mophead-type blooms of ‘Tovelit’ are lavender-rose with white centers. This compact selection produces many mophead-type blooms in late spring through summer. This is an ideal cultivar for cutting and container culture.

Hydrangea macrophylla is a medium-sized, deciduous shrub with attractive large leaves. This eastern Asian native typically produces large flower clusters with small fertile flowers towards the center and showy sterile flowers along the edges, but highly...

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea, Trophy Bigleaf Hydrangea)

This free-flowering lacecap hydrangea bears many huge lacy clusters of double buttercream blue flowers from early to late summer. The flowers are ideal for cutting and the plants are well-suited to container culture.

Hydrangea macrophylla is a medium-sized, deciduous shrub with attractive large leaves. This eastern Asian native typically produces large flower clusters with small fertile flowers towards the center and showy sterile flowers along the edges. Flower color in hydrangeas...

(Lacecap Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea, Weidner's Blue Bigleaf Hydrangea)

The lovely lacecap hydrangea 'Weidner's Blue’ bears many large flattened flower clusters of soft blue or pink in midsummer. The plants are large and have big lustrous dark green leaves that turn shades of red and yellow in fall.

Hydrangea macrophylla is a medium-sized, deciduous shrub with attractive folage. This eastern Asian native typically produces large flower clusters with small fertile flowers towards the center and showy sterile flowers along the edges. Flower color in hydrangeas...

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea, Sun Goddess® Bigleaf Hydrangea)

The bold bright gold to chartreuse foliage of Sun Goddess® beautifully compliments its pastel pink or blue mophead-type flowers. Its cool flower clusters first appear in early summer and will continue for as long as three months. This exceptional dwarf cultivar was bred in Japan by Takeomi Yamamoto and was introduced by Hines Horticulture®. It is ideal for container culture.

Hydrangea macrophylla is a medium-sized, deciduous shrub with attractive large sunny leaves. This eastern...

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Halo Hydrangeas™

(Angel Star™ Bigleaf Hydrangea, Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea)

This outstanding Japanese introduction was bred by Hiroshi Ebihara in Tochigi-Prefecture, Japan. The elegant Angel Star™ has lovely rosy pink blooms edged in white. These develop more purple hues in alkaline soils. The pretty mophead-type blooms are produced in early to midsummer on neat plants with glossy dark green leaves. This is a cold-sensitive hydrangea that’s best suited to southern gardens.

Hydrangea macrophylla is a medium-sized, deciduous shrub with large attractive leaves....

Image of Hydrangea macrophylla (FOREVER & EVER® SERIES) photo by: Nancy Engel

Nancy Engel

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea)

Forever & Ever® bigleaf hydrangea is a series of compact deciduous shrubs with large green leaves and a rounded, bushy habit. Unlike other hydrangeas, blooms on both old wood and new, eliminating trepidation about timing or need for pruning. This series was introduced by Darwin Plants® of the Netherlands.

In early to midsummer, it produces large, broadly rounded, mophead-type flower clusters with many showy, flowers of violet-blue to violet-pink. Color varies depending on soil pH. Plants grown...

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Mark Kane

(Panicle Hydrangea, Paniculate Hydrangea)

One of the most beloved of the large ornamental hydrangeas, panicle hydrangea is named for its huge pyramidal clusters, or panicles, of showy ivory flowers. This large deciduous shrub can be trained to a tree-like form and is native to China and Japan. Mature specimens on single standards have long branches that arch downward—giving the small trees a timeless elegant look in the landscape.

Large green leaves line the stems in spring and darken with age. These turn less than showy shades of yellow...