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James Burghardt

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Queen of Pearls® Bigleaf Hydrangea)

The branches of hydrangea Queen of Pearls® are graced with beautiful, large white flower clusters which light up shady gardens from spring to summer. Gradually fading to a pleasing green with age, the abundant, snowy, mophead type blooms are held on sturdy stems lined with lustrous, dark green, mildew-resistant foliage. This vigorous, patented variety has good cold hardiness and can be grown in cooler zones with protective winter mulching.

Bigleaf hydrangea (Hydrangea macrophylla) is...

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(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Lacecap Hydrangea, Veitch's Bigleaf Hydrangea)

The exquisitely colored bigleaf hydrangea selection 'Veitchii' is a deciduous flowering shrub with large, glossy dark green leaves, bushy habit and extraordinary flowers. In summer it produces showy lacecap clusters of flowers that range from pink to blue and white (soil pH dependent) for months. Central in the flattened cluster are the powdery blue-silver fertile flowers surrounded by the showy white sepaled (bud leaves) sterile flowers. These sepals blush to chartreuse with age. The dried flowers...

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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...

(Panicle Hydrangea, The Swan™ Hydrangea)

The enormous conical panicles and sterile florets of The Swan™ are elegantly pendulous and lend it unique grace when in bloom. The shrub itself is compact and upright with gracefully arching branches. It was bred by Jelena Debelder of Essen, Belgium.

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...

(Panicle Hydrangea, Quick Fire® Hydrangea)

The large-flowered Quick Fire® has a compact bushy habit and produces upright pyramidal panicles of ivory flowers that quickly age to deep rose red and remain that color well into autumn. The clusters appear earlier than other panicle hydrangeas. The shrub itself has a spreading but uniform habit.

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...

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Nancy Engel

(Panicle Hydrangea, Pinky Winky™ Hydrangea)

The large-flowered Pinky Winky™ has a compact bushy habit and produces upright pyramidal panicles of white flowers that quickly age to pink and then rose in autumn. The clusters continue to elongate when in flower and new white flowers appear on the same panicles as the older pink and rose blooms. The shrub itself has a spreading but uniform habit making it ideal for spacious foundation plantings.

One of the most beloved of the large ornamental hydrangeas, panicle hydrangea is named for its huge...

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James H. Schutte

(Little Lamb Hydrangea, Panicle Hydrangea)

The clustered blooms of this relatively compact cultivar are smaller and daintier than those of most other panicle hydrangeas. It is one of numerous selections of Hydrangea paniculata, a medium to large deciduous shrub from Japan and China.

The large, oval, paired or whorled leaves flush medium-green in spring, darken somewhat in summer, and go dull yellow in fall. In midsummer large conical flower clusters appear on the current year's growth. They contain a few inconspicuous fertile...

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James Burghardt

(Panicle Hydrangea, Pee Wee Hydrangea)

As the name suggests, this compact hydrangea produces equally compact flowers that are very showy and much like those of 'Grandiflora' but in miniature. It has a shrubbier more bushy habit making it better suited as a foundation shrub around homes.

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....

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Felder Rushing

(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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Mark A. Miller

(Oakleaf Hydrangea, Snowflake Oakleaf Hydrangea)

Large, beautiful clusters of ruffled, double flowers make ‘Snowflake’ really stand out in a crowd. Its beautiful, deeply lobed leaves turn brilliant shades of maroon and purple in fall. Its big, bold blooms are great for cutting fresh or dried.

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. These are comprised of small inconspicuous fertile flowers and showy, sterile, four-sepaled...