Would you like to add an ornamental tree to your landscape that produces beautiful blossoms tat last 5 to 10 times longer than most other ornamental flowering trees? Would you also like it to have a modest size that is easy to control? Would you like this ornamental tree to be largely free of disease and pest problems? Would you want an ornamental tree that blossoms at a time of the growing season when almost no other ornamental trees are in bloom?
If you answered yes to any of these questions , a hardy hydrangea tree may be a great fit for your landscape. Most people maintain hardy hydrangea trees at sizes between 5 and 10 feet wide and tall. Varieties currently available are Quickfire Hydrangea tree, Limelight Hydrangea tree, Pinky Winky Hydrangea tree, Phantom Hydrangea tree, Tardiva Hydrangea tree, Pink Diamond Hydrangea tree, and Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea tree.
Quickfire Hydrangea is normally the first of the hardy hydrangea trees to produce blossoms, usually in late June. Good numbers of medium size round blossoms emerge a nice white on the Quickfire Hydrangea tree, and over 4 to 5 weeks, gradually change to a deep pink, staying vibrant for two months or more.
In mid-summer Phantom Hydrangea trees produce monster pyramidal white blossoms that are so lush it’s hard to believe they are real! Like most of the other varieties of hydrangea trees, these immense blooms gradually take on some pink shades.
Late summer finds the Tardiva Hydrangea trees pushing lovely and large cone-shaped blossoms that have a very nice upright presentation. I love my Tardiva Hydrangea tree partly because its blossoms are fresh looking from late August all the way into mid-October when blossoms of other varieties have faded.
Come in and check out our hardy hydrangea trees. At any time during the growing season, we usually have 4 or 5 varieties in stock and ready to add some dazzling and long lasting flowers to your landscape.