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(Panicle Hydrangea, True Unique Hydrangea)

Whether this is a valid name or not is questionable, but what is not in question is that many plants sold as 'Unique', one of the finest classic panicle hydrangea cultivars available, are not true 'Unique.' Apparently, growers devised this revised name to let buyers know they are getting the real deal. 'Unique' has enormous flowers that are very showy and was bred and introduced in 1968 by Jelena and Robert de Belder of Belgium.

One of the most beloved of the large ornamental hydrangeas, panicle...

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James H. Schutte

(Panicle Hydrangea, Unique Hydrangea)

The white pyramidal panicles of 'Unique' first appear in midsummer. They are composed of fertile and showy non-fertile flowers, but the showy blooms are so large and prominent they steal the show. This is a robust grower that becomes quite large when mature. Specimens can be grafted or trained to tree-like standards. This exceptional hydrangea was bred and introduced in 1968 by panicle hydrangeas were introduced by Jelena and Robert de Belder of Belgium.

Large green leaves line the stems in spring...

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(Panicle Hydrangea, Webb's Hydrangea)

Bring on the heat! This large-flowered summer-bloomer is an improved form of the popular ‘Grandiflora’ that’s markedly heat tolerant. Its huge pyramidal flower clusters appear in summer and are almost entirely comprised of showy sterile blooms of ivory that age to rose-purple. Webbs', is a large deciduous shrub that can be grafted or trained to a tree-like standard.

Large green leaves line the stems in spring and darken with age. In late summer, big panicles of flowers appear. These are covered...

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Russell Stafford

(Panicle Hydrangea, White Moth Hydrangea)

This compact panicle hydrangea was selected as a seedling from the popular cultivar ‘Unique.’ The white pyramidal flower clusters of 'White Moth' first appear in midsummer and will continue blooming into fall. They are composed of fertile and showy non-fertile flowers, but the showy blooms are more prominent. This robust grower maintains a manageable size and has a shrubby upright habit.

Large green leaves line the stems in spring and darken with age. In late summer, big panicles of flowers appear....

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(Oakleaf Hydrangea)

It's no wonder that this beautiful large deciduous shrub has quickly gained landscape popularity. A native of the southeastern United States, oakleaf hydrangea has a broad or upright shrubby habit and is revered for outstanding ornamental features that are highlights throughout the year.

In spring, oakleaf hydrangea puts forth large oak-shaped leaves that are deep green with soft, lighter undersides. In autumn, the showy leaves turn striking shades of crimson and bronze-purple. Huge conical flower...

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Jessie Keith

(Alice Oakleaf Hydrangea, Oakleaf Hydrangea)

This Dirr introduction has large, elongated flower panicles covered with big creamy white sterile flowers that age to rose-pink. It’s a vigorous, sun-tolerant shrub that matures to a large size. In fall, its dark green leaves turn vibrant burgundy red.

In spring, oakleaf hydrangea puts forth large oak-shaped leaves that are deep green with soft, lighter undersides. Their huge conical flower panicles appear in summer. They are comprised of small inconspicuous fertile flowers and many showy four-sepaled...

(Dayspring Oakleaf Hydrangea, Oakleaf Hydrangea)

This vigorous cultivar is noted for having large, white flower panicles and excellent crimson fall color. It originates from the southeastern United States, has a broad shrubby habit and is most revered for its outstanding ornamental features that light up the landscape throughout the year.

In spring, oakleaf hydrangea puts forth large oak-shaped leaves that are deep green with soft, lighter undersides. Their huge conical flower panicles appear in summer. They are comprised of small inconspicuous...

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Jessie Keith

(Oakleaf Hydrangea, Snow Queen Oakleaf Hydrangea)

The compact and vigorous Snow Queen is noted for having large flower panicles that stand upright on strong, erect stems. The blooms are pure white with lots of showy sterile flowers. Mature specimens develop a low, spreading habit. Like all oakleaf hydrangea, this select cultivar is revered for its outstanding ornamental features that light up the landscape throughout the year.

In spring, it puts forth large, oak-shaped leaves that are deep green with soft, lighter undersides. Huge conical flower...

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(Little Honey Oakleaf Hydrangea, Oakleaf Hydrangea)

Discovered in Olympia, Washington by David Jarzynka, 'Little Honey' is a compact oakleaf hydrangea that boasts golden-chartreuse foliage, which turns scarlet red in fall. It has a low, spreading habit and produces pretty panicles of white flowers in summer. These dry to a pleasing brown and persist through winter above reddish stems. It originated as a mutant sport off of the cultivar 'Pee Wee'.

It's no wonder that this beautiful large deciduous shrub has fast gained popularity in recent years....

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Felder Rushing

(Oakleaf Hydrangea, Semmes Beauty Oakleaf Hydrangea)

This vigorous, heat-tolerant cultivar is noted for having large, white flower panicles and pretty burgundy fall color. It originates from the southeastern United States, has a broad shrubby habit and is most revered for its outstanding ornamental features that light up the landscape throughout the year.

In spring, oakleaf hydrangea puts forth large, oak-shaped leaves that are deep green with soft, lighter undersides. Huge conical flower panicles appear in summer, which are comprised of small...