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  1. Blue Hydrangea All Summer Beauty, Hydrangea macrophylla, Mophead Hydrangea

    'All Summer Beauty' Hydrangea is a compact, long-blooming mophead variety that produces big, bouncy flowers on 4 ft shrubs. Because it blooms on both new growth and old wood, flowers...

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    All Summer Beauty Mophead Hydrangea Mophead Hydrangea All Summer Beauty Hydrangea macrophylla All Summer Beauty
    $20.98 Sale $10.49
    Per Plant - 3.5" Pot
    'All Summer Beauty' Hydrangea is a compact, long-blooming mophead variety that produces big, bouncy flowers on 4 ft shrubs. Because it blooms on both new growth and old wood, flowers will form throughout the season, even after a harsh winter - which can be the undoing of other hydrangeas. Known for its bright blue blooms in acid soils, expect to see shades of pink and purple where the ground is more alkaline. (Hydrangea macrophylla)
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  2. Hydrangea Haas Halo, Smooth Hydrangea, Hydrangea arborescens

    While other shrubs are taking it easy, ‘Haas’ Halo’ Hydrangea sparkles with flair. Large, white, 14" lacey flowers cascade over dark green, leathery foliage for an unparalleled...

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    Haas Halo Hydrangea Smooth Hydrangea Haas Halo PP#24783 Hydrangea arborescens Haas Halo PP#24783
    $32.98 Sale $16.49
    Per Plant - 3.5" Pot
    While other shrubs are taking it easy, ‘Haas’ Halo’ Hydrangea sparkles with flair. Large, white, 14" lacey flowers cascade over dark green, leathery foliage for an unparalleled summer show. Easy-care and hardy, the flowers are beautiful in fresh arrangements and as dried flowers. A perfect accent, this Hydrangea is a pollinator favorite too. (Hydrangea arborescens)
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Hydrangea

Flowering, easy-growing shrubs that make their home in the shade

Hydrangeas are some of America's most beloved flowering shrubs. You can train and shape them into topiary-like trees, use them to create hedges for property borders, or just let them go all wild and natural in any full to half-shade spot. The flower presentations and color choices are pretty varied, with Mopheads, Lacecaps and Oak Leafs leading the pack of white to pink to red, purple and blue blooms. Many varieties are well-suited to growing in containers, which make hydrangeas a wonderful addition to deck and patio sitting areas.

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