flower clusters of pink hydrangeasWe carry a large selection of hydrangeas. The longest blooming shrub, producing a diverse bounty of colorful blooms. Colors include hues of blue, purple, pink, burgundy, lime and white. Bloom types include mop head, mountain climbing, panicle, smooth and oakleaf varieties. There are hydrangeas for every spot and season in the garden.

Hydrangea macrophylla
Bigleaf mophead and lacecap hydrangea.
Morning sun, afternoon shade, even moisture, water 1-2 times per week. Flowers will attain best blue tint in acidic soils, or pink in neutral to alkaline soils

Endless Summer, Bloomstruck mophead Z4 3 – 4’h x 4 – 5’w. Rebloomer, flowers measure 3.5 – 5” all summer long, the Endless Summer Color Kit gives you the ability to change the bloom color from rose pink, violet or blue.

Endless Summer, Blushing Bride mophead Z4 3 – 4’. White reblooming flowers that develop a light blue or pink blush – on new and old wood.

Blue Enchantress mophead Z4 3-5’. Striking ruby-black stems support big flowers, reblooming. Blue in acidic soils and pink in more alkaline soils aging to cream-splashed green color.

Seaside Serenade Cape Cod mophead Z4 4’. A new classic for small spaces! Hardy, repeat blooming, big flowers, extra-dark green leaves, and a neat, mounded form.

Endless Summer (The Original) mophead Z4 4 – 5’. Large pink or blue flowers bloom on new and old wood.

Seaside Serenade Outer Banks lacecap Z4 4’. Compact hydrangea. Repeat bloomer, ideal for shade. Blue in acidic soils, more pink in neutral to alkaline soils.

Endless Summer, Summer Crush mophead Z 4-9 Profusion of big raspberry red or neon purple blooms, and compact so you get a neat, tidy look throughout the summer.

Twist n Shout lacecap Z4 3 – 5’. Mixture of big deep pink and startling blue flowers, maroon-red stems. Deep maroon-red fall foliage.

Wedding Gown mophead / lacecap Z5 2-3’. Double blooms with super strong stems on a nice mounded form. Blooms start out as mopheads and open into lacecaps.


Hydrangea serrata
Mountain Hydrangea

Tiny Tuff Stuff Z5
18 – 24”. Compact version of Tuff Stuff.

Tuff Stuff lacecap Z5A
3 x 3’. Semi-double to double florets begin with creamy coloration in the center before maturing to intense reddish-pink. Flowers may shift to blue in acidic soils.

Tuff Stuff Ah-Ha Z5-9
24-36″ Pink or blue waterlily-like double florets. Prolific rebloomer. All summer long, it devotes its energies to creating flower buds on its new growth so that you have a constant supply of fabulous blooms from early summer through frost. Part Sun to Sun. New and old wood.

Hydrangea vine
Hydrangea Vine, Z5

Anomala petiolaris
The Queen of Vines, great in part shade conditions, showy 6-10” diameter, white flowers, exfoliating bark, dark foliage.

Schizophragma hydrangeoides
Showy small creamy-white, flower-heads resembling lacecap hydrangea.


Hydrangea arborescens
Smooth Hydrangeas
Nice understory plant, fertile flowers provide key nectar source for pollinators and essential cover for birds, best in morning sun or part shade, prune hard in fall to rejuvenate bigger and better the following spring. Part shade.

Annabelle Z3
3 – 5’. Creamy white flowers, coarse dark green foliage, very hardy. Blooms late spring to summer, often continuing into fall. Strong, straight stems hold the huge flower heads up well, despite heavy rain.

Haas Halo 3-9
3-5′ Deep, bluish-green, leathery foliage and 14” pure white wide lace cap blooms make for a stunning combination in any setting. This beautiful native selection stands tall and never flops, even with its massive blooms. It’s an upright, yet bushy plant that will stop anyone walking past with the display of truly incredible blooms and stout and sturdy stature.

Incrediball Z3
4 – 5’. Flowers open green, mature to white before fading to green again. Very sturdy stems hold blooms upright even if soaked with rain. Very cold hardy shrub blooms on new growth, so even very cold winters won’t keep it from blooming.

Invincibelle Mini Mauvette Z3-8
Cold climate gardeners, rejoice: there’s finally a purple hydrangea for you! With its strong stems and tidy, rounded, dwarf habit, Invincibelle Mini Mauvette is a very versatile plant for landscaping or adding to flower gardens. Rebllomer, pink purple blooms, and impervious to bad pruning. 

Hydrangea paniculata
Pee Gee Hydrangeas

Berry White Z3-8
6-7′. Improved ‘Vanilla Strawberry’ variety. A summer stunner with strong, upright stems and large cone-shaped flowers. The flower color starts out white in July then progresses to dark pink. Full sun.

Bobo Z4
3’ h & w. Compact variety good for small spaces. White flowers turn pink late summer to fall. Confetti Z4 3’x 4’. Conical flowers white with pink – green. Hardy & vigorous.

Candy Apple Z4-8
4-5′. A new, irresistible variety with the same show-stopping lime green flower clusters as Limelight, but a more compact form. The exquisite, long-lasting blooms on very sturdy stems age to nearly pure white. Gorgeous in fresh or dried cut flower arrangements.

Confetti Z4
3×4′. Conical flowers white with pink – green. Hardy and vigorous.

Limelight and Treeform Z3
6-8′. Unique chartreuse blooms in mid-summer that change to pink in fall. Good massed, as a hedge, in containers or as cut flowers.

Little Quickfire Z3-8
3-5’. Dwarf version of Quickfire, flowering about a month before other hydrangeas. White flowers transform to pink-red as summer progresses. Excellent foliage color.

Pinky Winky Z4
6 – 8’ Like its parent Pink Diamond but with fuller, thicker flowers and gradient shading of pink to white on the flowers.

Quickfire (treeform) Z3
8’ x 6’. Flower heads open white before most hydrangeas even begin blooming. Turning pink-red thru summer. Orange-red fall color.

Strawberry Sundae Z4
5’ x 4’. Flowers open to creamy white then turn overall to pink, then deep red in fall.


Hydrangea quercifolia
Oakleaf Hydrangea

Gatsby Star Z5
5 – 6’ h & w. Native, white flowers turn pink in fall, burgundy fall foliage.