This time tested Hydrangea (in our garden 20+ years…) commands attention from late June into August. A double flowered form of Oakleaf Hydrangea, ‘Snowflake’ has large panicles of celadon green and white florets that change color through the season aging to shades of mauve-pink. It’s at its best in dappled or afternoon shade. Bold oak shaped leaves take on dark wine tones in autumn. It blooms on old wood, so take care not to cut back hard in the spring, unless necessary. Grows 4-6′ tall and equally wide over time.
Large 1 gallon plants
Exposure: Part Shade