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(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea, Penny Mac Bigleaf Hydrangea)

Excellent hardiness, beauty and a reblooming nature are the main selling points of ‘Penny Mac.’ This compact selection produces many mophead-type blooms of pink or medium blue. It is an older cultivar that was bred by the founder of the American Horticultural Society, Penny McHenry.

Hydrangea macrophylla is a medium-sized, deciduous shrub with attractive deep green leaves that turn shades of burgundy in fall. This eastern Asian native typically produces large flower clusters with small...

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(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea, Pink Elf® Bigleaf Hydrangea)

Pink Elf® bigleaf hydrangea is a dwarf deciduous flowering shrub with large green leaves and a rounded, bushy habit. In summer it produces large, rounded, mophead-type clusters of large, flattened flowers of magenta-pink. Unlike other bigleaf hydrangeas, the flowers of Pink Elf® will retain their pink color regardless of soil pH.

These hydrangeas prefer amply moist, well drained, humus-rich soil and will happily grow in full sun to partial shade. Plants bloom on the previous year’s wood, so...

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea, Queen's Lace Bigleaf Hydrangea)

Lacy white flowers cover 'Queen's Lace' in midsummer. This lacecap hydrangea bears lots of loose, showy blooms on robust plants with large dark green leaves. Each long lasting, showy flower may have smooth or toothed edges.

Hydrangea macrophylla is a medium-sized, deciduous shrub with attractive foliage. This cultivar produces large, open, flattened flower clusters with small fertile flowers towards the center and showy sterile flowers along the edges.

This hydrangea prefers...

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(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea, Ravel Bigleaf Hydrangea)

Originating as a mutant sport off of the Merrit's Supreme hydrangea, 'Ravel' tends to bloom rather early in the season with dense flower clusters. It was selected by Jose Sousa of the Bay City Flower Company in California in the mid 1990s. It's a bigleaf hydrangea that's deciduous flowering shrub with large, glossy and toothed leaves. It's early flowering tendency makes it prized for greenhouse production as springtime flowering potted plants. The mophead flower clusters occur on branch tips. Individual...

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Nancy Engel

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea, Red Sensation Bigleaf Hydrangea)

The Red Sensation bigleaf hydrangea, a member of the Forever & Ever® Series, produces large pale red-violet flower clusters in alkaline and neutral soils, but blue-violet in acidic soils. It was bred and selected initially for use in greenhouse production of potted florist plants. 'Red Sensation' originated as a mutant sport on the Early Sensation hydrangea cultivar in a Dutch greenhouse facility in 2001. Bigleaf hydrangeas are native to eastern Asia.

Red Sensation hydrangea is a slow-growing,...

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(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea, Red Wing Bigleaf Hydrangea)

The Red Wing hydrangea boasts flat, lacecap clusters of violet-pink or fuchsia-magenta flowers. This selection of bigleaf hydrangea is a deciduous flowering shrub with large, glossy dark green leaves and a bushy habit. In summer it produces flower clusters on branch tips that are predominantly red-pink. Central in the flattened cluster are the tiny fertile flowers surrounded by the showy pink sterile flowers. The dried flowers and fruits are an attractive beige to sandy brown.

Selection 'Red Wing'...

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Jessie Keith

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea, Regula Bigleaf Hydrangea)

Sometimes sold under the name ‘White Bouquet’, this compact mophead hydrangea bears many huge, dome-shaped clusters of white flowers in midsummer. The blooms are ideal for cutting and the plants 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, but highly cultivated...

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Nancy Engel

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Largeleaf Hydrangea, Peppermint Bigleaf Hydrangea)

The Peppermint bigleaf hydrangea, a member of the Forever & Ever® Series, produces large white flower clusters. Each petal-like sepal has a lavender-pink stripe (if grown in alkaline and neutral soils) or a blue-lavender stripe (if growing in acidic soils). It was bred initially for use in greenhouse production of potted florist plants. 'RIE14' is the result of a controlled breeding program by Ryoji Irie in Japan in the 1990s. Bigleaf hydrangeas are native to eastern Asia.

The Peppermint hydrangea...

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Hortensia Hydrangea, Mophead Hydrangea, You & Me Romance Hydrangea)

The You & Me Romance bigleaf hydrangea is a dwarf deciduous flowering shrub with large, deep grayish green leaves and an upright but rounded, bushy habit. In summer it produces large, rounded, mophead-type clusters of large, flattened flowers light green to pink and rosy pink for months. Unlike other bigleaf hydrangeas, the developing flower buds of 'Rie 09' will first look like lacecap flowers until all blooms open up fully and then look like snowballs. The flowers are doubled (having extra rows...

(Bigleaf Hydrangea, Let's Dance™ Moonlight Hydrangea)

Nicely reflowering, "fail proof" with regard to pruning and dwarf in stature, Let's Dance Moonlight™ hydrangea is a deciduous plant with great garden appeal. This selection, 'Robert', has large, glossy green leaves, bushy habit and mophead flowers. As a member of the Let's Dance™ Series, it is known for its reblooming abilities, flowering from both old wood and new growth. Such a plant diminishes the trepidation of novice gardens to know if and when to prune! In summer 'Robert' produces showy mopheaded...