Super compact oakleaf hydrangea that flowers for a lengthy period in late spring and summer. The flowers mature to a rosy pink as the summer changes into fall. About that time, the foliage begins to turn a breathtaking mixture of bronze, crimson and purple. Cinnamon colored, exfoliating bark remains attractive all winter long. This is truly a versatile shrub in a size thst's just right for today's urban gardens. Outstanding year-round interest.
Great cover for birds and other critters
Beautiful wine to burgundy foliage in the fall
Perfect bloom for dried arrangements
Grows well in full sun to nearly full shade
Huge bloom makes for a spectacular summer show
Pest free and easy to grow
From the northeast coast south to Georgia and west to the plains states and Texas
Map Credit: The Biota of North America MAP KEY: Green (native), Teal (native, adventive), Blue (present), Yellow (present & rare), Red (extinct)
Providing high quality cover by mimicking the many layers of natural plant communities will support increased wildlife diversity in your landscape. Using layers of plants from tall to small will allow your yard to teem with activity.
Grows best in average to medium moisture, well-drained soil in part shade although it is quite adaptable to different soil types except for very dry. Tolerates more sun the northern part of it’s range.