The last few years has been an explosion of new varieties of hardy hydrangeas especially those for sunny locations.  Won’t be long and these beauties will be bursting with color. If you don’t have one in your garden you can’t go wrong with any of these selections.

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This white flowered hydrangea with strong stems is on the smaller size compared to other hydrangeas listed here.  Bobo will get about 3′ tall and 3-4′ wide so it is easier to squeeze into your landscape growing in full sun to part shade.  Hardy to Zone 3 too!

Little Quick Fire

Dwarf form of the popular Quick Fire® hydrangea!  All the same attributes of QuickFire but with 3-5′ height and width instead of the larger  size.  Like Quick Fire, it 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 hydrangea season.

fire_light_hydrangea-2      Fire Light

This hydrangea is 5-6′ tall and wide.  Upright panicles are packed with florets which transform from pure white to rich

pomegranate-pink. Its thick, sturdy stems hold up the beautiful flowers so they are prominently displayed in the garden.



Endless Summer Bloomstruck

Many people were burned by The Original Endless Summer, but Bloomstruck so far seems like a HUGE  improvement.  Bloomstruck prefers part shade getting 3-5′ tall and wide. The plant has dark red stems and large dark green leaves.  Like The Original and Twist N Shout, the color of the blooms ranges from pink to purple depending on your soil.

Other hydrangea varieties include Vanilla Strawberry, Strawberry Sunday, Lime Light, Little Lime and more.  Stop in today!