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At a diminutive 2-3' tall and wide, Fire Light Tidbit panicle hydrangea (H. paniculata) might be the smallest variety yet, but this little beauty never skimps on a big flower show! Like the original Fire Light hydrangea, it is covered in large mophead flowers that are among the earliest to appear each summer. As they age, they turn a vivid pink, and finally red as autumn comes along. The blooms almost completely obscure the foliage when it flowers, creating an attention-getting display that most plants its size could only hope to match.What makes Fire Light Tidbit different than other panicle hydrangeas? - Very small size saves space, can be planted just about anywhere- Early to bloom- Colorful fall foliage Details: Name: Hydrangea paniculata 'SMNHPK' pp#32,512, CBRAFHardiness: USDA zones 3-8 Height + width: 2-3' Light: Full to part sun Soil: Any well-drained soil will do. Though dry conditions are unlikely to harm an established plant, prolonged drought will cause flowers to brown and wilt instead of develop a good pink color. Pruning: Blooms on new wood; prune back by one-third in late winter/early spring for better habit and a slight improvement in stem strength. Water: Average water needs. Does not tolerate wet conditions. Fertilizer: Fertilize once in early spring with a rose fertilizer if desired. Bloom time: Early-mid summer Bloom color: White, aging to blush pink. That color persists through frost. Uses: As one of the smallest panicle hydrangeas to date, Firelight Tidbit hydrangea can be used in many different ways: plant in beds and borders, add to a flower or perennial garden, incorporate into landscaping, or grow in containers. A pair would be very nice on either side of a front door or porch!

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Little Lime Hydrangea - from my Flowers wall art print collection. Watercolor fine art. Great for framing and room decor.

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Invincibelle Wee White hydrangea is the first and only dwarf version of 'Annabelle', but that's not all it is. It's also a vastly improved version, with strong stems that keep the large white mophead blooms held well above the dark green foliage, even after summer storms. The small scale not only makes it a super-useful plant for landscaping and gardening, but also for cut flowers, as they work well in smaller vases as well as mixed with other blooms. The possibilities of this beautiful, reliable, innovative smooth hydrangea from Proven Winners are practically endless! What makes Invincibelle Wee White different from other smooth hydrangeas?- Dwarf habit reaches just 1-2' tall and wide- Sturdy stems prevent the white flowers from flopping Details: Name: Hydrangea arborescens 'NCHA5' pp#30,296, cbraf Hardiness: USDA zones 3-8 Height + width: 1-2.5' Light: Full to part sun Soil: Any well-drained soil will do. Though dry conditions are unlikely to harm an established plant, prolonged drought will severely limit floral life. Pruning: Blooms on new wood; prune back by one-third in late winter/early spring for better habit and a slight improvement in stem strength. Water: Average water needs. Does not tolerate wet conditions. Fertilizer: Fertilize once in early spring with a rose fertilizer if desired. Bloom time: Early summer Bloom color: When the blooms first emerge, they have a blush-pink tone. As they develop into fully open mopheads, they turn plain white, then age to green.Uses: As the smallest smooth hydrangea on the market, the ways Invincibelle Wee White hydrangea can be used are numerous! Perfect mixed into flower and perennial gardens, planted as a low hedge or edging, incorporated into landscaping, or planted in containers on their own or mixed with colorful annuals. You can't go wrong with this useful, high-performance plant!

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Vivaciously violet - just look at that color! Let's Dance Rave is a reblooming bigleaf hydrangea from Proven Winners selected for superior flowering performance and lush, saturated color. It's not every day you find a hydrangea with this unique shade of purple-violet, and because it's such an excellent rebloomer, you'll have plenty to enjoy, too. Dark green, disease-resistant foliage and sturdy stems help make Let's Dance Rave hydrangea an eminently garden-worthy flowering shrub.What makes Let's Dance Rave different from other bigleaf hydrangeas?- Intense violet flowers- Superior reblooming ability - reblooms faster and better than other rebloomers Details: Name: Hydrangea macrophylla 'SMNHMSIGMA' pp#26,929, cbr#5628 Hardiness: USDA zones 5-9 Height x width: 2-3' Light: Full to part sun Soil: Evenly moist but well-drained soils are best. A 2-3" layer of shredded bark mulch is recommended in all areas, all year round. Pruning: Blooms on old and new wood; do not trim or cut back, but dead wood may be removed in early spring Water: Average to high water needs. Though big leaf hydrangeas cannot grow in wet soils, they can become drought stressed readily and should be watered regularly. Plants in full sun and/or warmer climates will need more water than those in less sun and/or cooler areas.  Fertilizer: Fertilize once in early spring with a rose fertilizer if desired. Bloom time: Midsummer through fall. Bloom color: Flower color depends on soil pH; blooms will be a vivid violet-purple in acidic conditions and a bright, rich pink in neutral to alkaline sites. Uses: A classic choice for including in gardens and landscaping, it also makes a nice choice for low hedges and containers. 

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The star of every garden it's planted in. When 'Limelight' hydrangea was introduced to North America from the Netherlands, it changed the way people thought about what had formerly been known as "peegee" hydrangeas. So much so that now, nearly all varieties of Hydrangea paniculata are known as 'Limelight' hydrangeas! Fast growing, extremely floriferous, and characterized by big, lush green blooms, it puts on a display that you will look forward to every year, year after year. Whether you have room for just a single 'Limelight' hydrangea or plant an epic flowering hedge, you'll be glad it's part of your landscape. What makes 'Limelight' different from other panicle hydrangeas? - Flowers start green, turn white, then go back to green before turning pink/burgundy in autumn - 'Limelight' is the most heat-tolerant of all panicle hydrangeas, growing well even in USDA zone 9. Details:Name: Hydrangea paniculata 'Limelight' pp#12,874, cbr#2319 Hardiness: USDA zones 3-9 Light: Full to part sun Soil: Any well-drained soil will do. Some drought tolerance on established plants. Pruning: Blooms on New Wood: prune back by one-third in late winter/early spring for better habit and a slight improvement in stem strength. Water: Average water needs. Does not tolerate wet conditions. Fertilizer: Fertilize once in early spring with a rose fertilizer if desired.Bloom time: Mid-late summer. 'Limelight' is one of the later-blooming panicle hydrangeas, and can bloom quite late in cooler climates. Limelight Prime hydrangea blooms much earlier, if you're looking for similar features and a longer display.Bloom color: Flowers start green, open to a creamy white, then go to green again. The green color persists through late summer/early autumn; flowers then turn hues of pink, red, and burgundy.Uses: 'Limelight' hydrangea is a fantastic choice for a flowering hedge, providing seasonal privacy as well as beauty. It's equally effective on its own, however, as a stunning specimen plant, as part of a garden or landscape, or even in a large container.

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So pretty, it's hard to believe it could be so tough! But that's Invincibelle Mini Mauvette smooth hydrangea: despite the delicate color of its abundant blooms, it's a super sturdy and durable plant, with strong supportive stems that always keep the flowers upright. Thick, deep green foliage comes to an unusual point, providing additional texture. Invincibelle Mini Mauvette hydrangea is the ideal choice for all gardens, but gardeners in cold climates will especially love that it allows them to grow a brilliant pink hydrangea with all the reliability of 'Annabelle'.What makes Invincibelle Mini Mauvette different from other smooth hydrangeas?- Uniquely colorful mauve-pink flowers- Exceptionally sturdy stems - very rigid and strong- Extra-petite habit is easy to use in the landscape or garden for a spot of summer color Details: Name: Hydrangea arborescens 'NCHA7' pp#30,358, cbraf Hardiness: USDA zones 4-8 Height + width: 2.5-3' Light: Full to part sun Soil: Any well-drained soil will do. Though dry conditions are unlikely to harm an established plant, prolonged drought will severely limit floral life. Pruning: Blooms on new wood; prune back by one-third in late winter/early spring for better habit and a slight improvement in stem strength. Water: Average water needs. Does not tolerate wet conditions. Fertilizer: Fertilize once in early spring with a rose fertilizer if desired. Bloom time: Early summer Bloom color: Deep mauve-pink, opening to purple-pink, and aging to pink-green Uses: Invincibelle Mini Mauvette hydrangea can be used in any landscape or garden application, but thanks to its petite size, neat habit, and super flowering abilities, it makes an excellent choice for including in perennial gardens and flower beds. Very nice in containers, too.

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Prolong summer's magic with Invincibelle Garnetta smooth hydrangea! Deep green foliage and vivid garnet-pink blooms give the plant major summertime sparkle, especially since it blooms a bit later than other smooth hydrangeas. That keeps your garden full of fresh, colorful flowers over a longer period. It's the perfect addition to your hydrangea collection - or to get you started on your journey. What makes Invincibelle Garnetta different than other smooth hydrangeas?- Later to bloom, extending the season into late summer and autumn- Gem-like garnet flower color Details: Name: Hydrangea arborescens 'NCHA6' ppaf, cbraf Hardiness: USDA zones 3-8 Height + width: 2.5' Light: Full to part sun Soil: Any well-drained soil will do. Though dry conditions are unlikely to harm an established plant, prolonged drought will severely limit floral life. Pruning: Blooms on new wood; prune back by one-third in late winter/early spring for better habit and a slight improvement in stem strength. Water: Average water needs. Does not tolerate wet conditions. Fertilizer: Fertilize once in early spring with a rose fertilizer if desired. Bloom time: Early summer Bloom color: red-pink. Smooth hydrangeas like Invincibelle Garnetta maintain their same flower color regardless of soil chemistry, so the color will not change except as the flowers naturally age from red-pink to green. Uses: Ideal for including in flower gardens, landscaping, containers - anywhere you need some color later in the summer.

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Très chic! That's simply the best way to describe Cityline Paris bigleaf hydrangea. Well, perhaps magnifique as well, as it truly is magnificent: one of the smallest and most compact of all bigleaf hydrangeas, it also boasts jaw-dropping color. In fact, it's the closest to red of any bigleaf hydrangea. The red is so saturated and intense that it won't turn purple or blue, even if conditions exist for it do so, making it the ideal choice for those who absolutely positively want a pink/red hydrangea. It never outgrows its space, so never needs pruning and you never need to sacrifice blooms to control its size. Glossy foliage resists disease so it always looks beautiful.What makes Cityline Paris different than other bigleaf hydrangeas?- Color: the deep pink flowers are the closest to red of any bigleaf hydrangea- Size: super dwarf and compact, fits anywhere and doesn't need pruning Details:Name: Hydrangea macrophylla 'Paris Rapa' USPP 10,906Hardiness: USDA zones 5-9Height x width: 1-2'Light: Full to part sunSoil: Evenly moist but well-drained soils are best. A 2-3" layer of shredded bark mulch is recommended in all areas, all year round.Pruning: Blooms on old wood; do not trim or cut back, but dead wood may be removed in early springWater: Average to high water needs. Though big leaf hydrangeas cannot grow in wet soils, they can become drought stressed readily and should be watered regularly. Plants in full sun and/or warmer climates will need more water than those in less sun and/or cooler areas. Fertilizer: Fertilize once in early spring with a rose fertilizer if desired.Bloom time: Early to mid summer.Bloom color: Dark pink red. Cityline Paris hydrangea will not turn blue, even if conditions are right for blue color to develop. At most, the centers of the florets take on a purple hue.Uses: A classic choice for including in gardens and landscaping, it also makes a nice choice for low hedges and containers. Cityline Paris also makes a nice container plant.

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DOOLEY HYDRANGEA SHRUB Hydrangea macrophylla 'dooley'named after coach Vince Dooley medium maintenanceblue blooms, July - Augustthe flowers are Mop head shapedsun to part shademature size is 3-5 ft height and 2-3 ft widthhardy in zones 6-9A Gorgeous hydrangea, can take sun, the mop head hydrangea is good for exotic locationsnamed in honor of famous football coach Vince Dooley Note: The plant is shipped in its pot, firmly secured with several layers of clear tape, thereby avoiding any shuffling and moving during transit. The plant reaches you with minimal damage- very safe and secure. We have been shipping plants like this for several years (plant are sometimes shipped in smaller pots for safety and ease of shipping). Most plants go dormant in fall and winter and will lose most of their leaves - looking dead and dry - very normal. They will flush out in spring.We cannot send ship some plants and some sizes to California due to restrictions placed by department of agriculture.

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