Nothing screams “Southern Landscape” like a big beautiful Hydrangea! The distinctive colors of their big glorious blooms are true show-stoppers. So stop envying your neighbors’ hydrangea and come pick out your own!
- With the amazing variety of types and colors available, it can be a little overwhelming to choose a favorite to take home. Fortunately our experts are on hand every day to help guide you through your Hydrangea options any time you stop by.
- One of our favorite varieties of Hydrangea is the Panicle Hydrangea. It’s no fuss, no muss, and loooong blooming! Its generally rounded growth habit and bushy appearance in the landscape gorgeous, and the cut blooms look amazing in vases. There are now multiple varieties growing from 3-4’ up to 6-8’ tall so there’s always a place in the landscape for these beauties. Be sure to plant them in a sunny spot where they can soak up the rays.
- Among Panicle varieties, check out the Little Lime Hydrangea, Candy Apple, & Bobo Hydrangea. Little Lime is a dwarf form of the popular Limelight Hydrangea. It shows off wonderful greenish white blooms throughout summer that turn pink in fall, and will grow 3-5 ft tall and just as big around.
- Candy Apple and Bobo Panicle varieties are two that you can’t help but stop and admire in the landscape. The blooms start off white and as they matures, they pick up some pretty pink tones too. Depending on the variety chosen, toward the end of their summer blooming cycle, the bloom color turns to a mauve-pink shade. Outstanding!