Pink Diamond Hydrangea- Who doesn’t want a pink diamond? This hydrangea has large white diamond-like flowers that age to a gorgeous pink. It makes a bold statement in the landscape as it gets about 7 feet tall and wide. Say it with diamonds!
Little Lime Hydrangea- This plant only grows to about 4 feet by 4 feet making it a great addition to many areas of the landscape. It too is in full bloom.
Limelight Hydrangea- The Rock Pile has a number of these as patio trees. They’re an easy small tree in sun or part shade and they’re loaded with charming chartreuse flowers now! What’s more the show continues until the cold weather of early winter. No weekend wonder here. This hydrangea has flowers from now on!
Last but not least is Incrediball Hydrangea. With its huge snowball flowers it is giving us fond thoughts of winter during this July heat! All of the hydrangeas mentioned do fine in full sun but are adaptable to partial shade.
Pruning? Don’t! At least for a year or two. If needed later on these hydrangeas can be pruned in spring and they will still bloom later that same summer. Guaranteed.