Hydrangea 'Oakleaf' (Hydrangea quercifolia)

Name Hydrangea 'Oakleaf'
Botanical Name Hydrangea quercifolia

Here is a showy shrub for ALL seasons! Springtime finds it spreading branches dramatically and then come summertime the huge white blooms appear. By fall they turn delicately pink, a major contrast to other fall colors. The large green oak-like, textured leaves turn deep reddish purple in the fall. Grows 4-6 ft tall. It's a favorite!

Location: Partial Sun, Shade
Size: 4-6' Tall and 6' Wide
Flower Color: White
Bloom Time: June, July
Special Needs: Watch for japanese beetles. Spray as needed or treat with soil drench in spring and fall.
Soil Conditions: Moist Soil
Trim/Prune: Trim after flowering is done
  • Fragrant
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