Spring Garden Tips

Smooth Hydrangea

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Botanical Name

Hydrangea arborescens

Hardiness

Zones (3)4 to 9

Height

3 to 5 feet

Width

3 to 5 feet

Flowers

June: large, start green, change to white, then to brown

Light

Full sun to part shade

Soil

Moist, well-drained

Planting and Care

Keep soil moist in full sun

Forms flowers on new growth. Prune, when needed, in late winter or early spring before growth begins or anytime during the dormant season.

Problems

None serious

Varieties to Consider

Annabelle - flower clusters up to 12" wide

Grandiflora - Hills of Snow Hydrangea, flower heads 6-8" wide

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