Hydrangeas have many uses in the garden. They make great focal points, privacy hedges, foundation plantings or can be used for mass plantings. Their blooms are fantastic for cutting and are often used for dired floral arrangments.
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Mophead Hydrangea - Let's Dance Big Band
Enormous florets in vivid red-pink. Each one starts with a green-white eye that slowly disappears ass the blooms mature. Bloom colour can be shifted to royal blue-purple with the addition of aluminum sulfate to the soil.
Mophead Hydrangea - All Summer Beauty
Big, bouncy bright blue blooms (in acid soils), shades of pink and purple where the ground is more alkaline, on this compact grower that flowers on both new and old wood. That means blooms all summer long!
Mophead Hydrangea - Magical Amethyst
Sturdy, mop head blooms on thick, upright stems that emerge fuchsia pink or violet blue depending on the soil acidity. The blooms slowly age to a reddish pink with lime green edges before maturing to lime green that holds it colour until frost.
Mophead Hydrangea - Double Delights Wedding Gown
Exceptional hybrid features fully double white blooms. It’s like a mini bridal bouquet, with an outer ring of large, double flowers surrounding a center packed with smaller, double ones. Super strong stems on a nice mounded form.
Mophead Hydrangea - Magical Revolution
Smaller, reblooming Hydrangea that offers a summer-long kaleidoscope of changing color! Each blossom lasts for weeks, gradually creating fascinating combinations of light and dark pinks (or blues with a more acidic pH) and pale green.