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Little Lime® Hydrangea


Bobo® hydrangea is about half the size of Little Lime® at a tidy 3’ tall and 3-4’ wide. In summer, it is a froth of large white flowers held upright on strong stems. This award winning, early blooming plant is a great low hedge or a beautiful way to soften the edges of your garden! Hardy to USDA Zone 3.

Incrediball® Hydrangea

Let’s Dance® Diva!® Hydrangea

It’s all about supersized blooms with both Incrediball® and Let’s Dance® Diva!® While Incrediball offers white blooms and is a bit hardier (USDA Zone 3) Let’s Dance® Diva!® gives you either giant baby blue or pink blooms and grows very well farther south (USDA Zone 5). If you love big blooms pick the flower that is right for you!

‘Limelight’ Hydrangea

Fire Light® Hydrangea

Limelight® is a big beautiful white hydrangea (reaches 6-8’ in height) and makes a mass of flowers all summer long that fade to pink. Fire Light® is a bit shorter (5-6’) and has flowers that undergo a transformation from white to pink to a rich pink-red in fall. So how much color do you want? Both are very winter hardy! USDA Zone 3.

Wine & Roses® Weigela

Spilled Wine® Weigela

Wine & Roses® has deep burgundy leaves and hot pink flowers and reaches 4-6’ in height for big color and texture in the landscape. Spilled Wine® has the same burgundy leaves but only gets 2-3’ tall, so it is much more suited to smaller landscapes or low border plantings. The real question is how big do want your plant to be! Both are hardy to USDA Zone 4.

Bloomerang® Purple Lilac

Bloomerang® Dark Purple Lilac

It’s the next big thing for Bloomerang®! Dark Purple is a bigger plant with larger flowers. Very showy in spring and continues to put out highly fragrant blooms summer thru fall frost. If you like the fragrant flowers, you now have more colors to choose from! Hardy to USDA Zone 3.
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