Must be able to pick up at Summerland Gardens, 806 Arcturus Drive.
This dwarf hydrangea is early blooming, flowering about a month before other hydrangeas. White flowers transform to pink-red as summer progresses. This dwarf plant fits easily into any landscape, including container gardens. Add it to your existing hydrangea garden to extend the blooming season. Attracts bees and butterflies!
Here's what Julie says "Everybody loves Hydrageas. New comers to the state think hydrangeas mean the blue and pink flower balls we see in the florists or grocery store. While beautiful, these types don't do that great for us in Colorado - they bloom on last years growth so come spring if we've had a hard winter, the flower buds can be frozen out and they won't bloom. So we like to plant the paniculatas that bloom on this year's growth. Many of these are Proven Winners selections and feature blooms that turn from white to pink. This is a dwarf variety so works great in a pot too."