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Grandiflora

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea, Merritt's Supreme Bigleaf Hydrangea)

'Merritt's Supreme' is a deciduous flowering shrub with large green leaves and a tall, rounded, bushy habit. This eastern Asian native produces large reddish-pink to purplish flower clusters in midsummer, continuing for up to two months. This fast-growing cultivar is considered a mophead-type with flower heads being globular and dense.

The flower color of violet/blue or rose/pink varieties often varies depending on soil pH in hydrangea. Plants grown in moderately acidic soil produce bluer flowers,...

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James H. Schutte

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea, Merveille Bigleaf Hydrangea)

The old French introduction, 'Merveille', was bred by Henri Cayeux and first introduced in 1927. This compact and robust cultivar offers medium-sized, domed clusters of deep violet-blue or dark pink from early to midsummer. The pretty dark green foliage has russet red hues that become more pronounced in fall.

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

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McCorkle Nurseries, Inc.; Gardener's Confidence Collection

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea, Mini Penny Bigleaf Hydrangea)

Named for the founder of the American Hydrangea Society, Penny McHenry, this charming hydrangea was developed by renowned horticulturist Dr. Michael A. Dirr. 'Mini Penny' forms a compact shrub with rounded mophead blooms which may be pink or blue, depending on soil pH. Blooming from spring to summer, the flowers will make a second appearance in the fall if spent blossoms are removed promptly. They are held on strong stems atop mounds of lustrous, dark green, mildew-resistant foliage. This vigorous...

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea, Pink 'n Pretty® Hydrangea)

This Monrovia introduction is prized for its large mophead-type clusters of pink or lavender pink flowers. The individual blooms have wavy edges, giving them a doubled appearance. This is a compact, free-flowering selection with robust dark green leaves.

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...

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea, Red 'n Pretty® Bigleaf Hydrangea)

This Monrovia introduction is prized for its large mophead-type clusters of deep rose red or purple-red flowers. The individual blooms are large, flattened and have smooth edges. This is a compact, free-flowering selection with robust dark green leaves.

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...

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James Burghardt

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Black Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea)

Often sold under the names ‘Mandschurica’ or ‘Kuro Jaku’, this Chinese import becomes a substantially large shrub with distinctively dark purple stems. It produces mophead-type flower clusters in midsummer that may be pink or washed out blue. It is a cold-sensitive cultivar that boasts beautiful dark green glossy leaves

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

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea, Nikko Blue Bigleaf Hydrangea)

Probably the best known blue mophead hydrangea, 'Nikko Blue' is a compact, deciduous flowering shrub with large green leaves and a rounded, bushy habit. In summer it produces big, rounded clusters of large, flattened flowers. These are violet-blue to violet-pink. Flower color varies depending on soil pH. Plants grown in moderately acidic soil produce bluer flowers, while those planted in neutral to slightly alkaline soil produce pinker flowers.

These hydrangeas prefer amply moist, well drained,...

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea, Oak Hill Bigleaf Hydrangea)

The compact bigleaf hydrangea, ‘Oak Hill’, is a small deciduous flowering shrub with large, deep green leaves and a rounded, bushy habit. It is remontant , or reblooming, and will produce new flowers for up to three months. Rebloomers need less pruning since flowers reliably appear 100 days after leaf buds sprout in spring. In the heat of summer, 'Oak Hill' produces large, rounded, snowball clusters of light pink or light blue flowers. The dried flowers are an attractive beige to sandy brown.

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea, Oregon Pride Bigleaf 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. The recently introduced cultivar 'Oregon Pride' bears mophead-type clusters of large raspberry pink flowers on showy burgundy-red stems. The flowers age to grayish mauve. They may be blue where soils are acid.

Bigleaf hydrangeas prefer amply moist, well drained, humus-rich soil and...

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James Burghardt

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Cityline™ Paris Hydrangea)

Loved for its mopheaded clusters of pinkish coral-red flowers in summer, Cityline™ Paris bigleaf hydrangea is a deciduous plant with large, glossy green leaves, very dwarf habit and extraordinary clustered flowers. Botanically known as 'Paris Rapa', it has a short, compact, mounding habit that will not outgrow its garden location, diminishing a need for any pruning, resulting in bigger flowers! In summer it produces showy mopheaded clusters of deep coral-red flowers that may become violet-blue (soil...