You won't believe the size of these bloom clusters! These enormous floral globes host pale pink blooms that transform to deep pink and then to green.
The massive bloom clusters are about four times larger than the flowers of 'Annabelle.' Pale pink buds emerge in summer and stick around all the way through fall. The pale pink blooms slowly darken to a deep pink, and as fall comes around, they fade to a deep chartreuse. The dried green blooms last for months on the shrub, and even longer when cut and used in indoor arrangements.
This Hydrangea shrub is as tough as it is beautiful! The blooms are held on tall, sturdy stems that support the massive blooms even through heavy rain! And the blooms are resilient too, blooming year after year even after harsh winters. Reaching 4 to 5 feet high and 5 to 6 feet wide, the pink flowers are perfect for adding a pop of color to a border, bringing tons of interest with a mass planting, and gracing your home with cut arrangements.
The rain really can't stop this showstopper, because it's even resistant to soil erosion. This bush may be pruned in late winter or early spring. It enjoys moist, well-drained soil, and the soil won't affect this beauty's color! It loves a lot of sun, and rabbits will leave it alone. Zone 3-9.