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Akishino-Temari Hydrangea - trade gallon
Akishino-Temari Hydrangea - trade gallon

$23.95
A favorite of ours, this small Japanese form is nearly a mophead even though it is a "mountain" hydrangea (Hydrangea serrata ’Akishino-Temari’) from the higher elevations in Japan where native forms are usually lacecap. The blooms are pastel pink or blue on a smallish plant that is ideal for shady nooks. We have observed a second flush of blooms in the fall, which is an added bonus. Splendid plant offered by only a handful of nurseries in this country. 3’ x 3’ for zones 5-8.
   
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Maiko Hydrangea - trade gallon
Catalog:     Sku: 3113 Browse Category: Mopheads And Lacecap
All Summer Beauty Mophead - trade gallon
All Summer Beauty Mophead - trade gallon

$19.95
A wonderful, long blooming variety of pastel tones, pink or blue as your soil dictates, often some of each on one shrub, with large but not oversized flowerheads. It blooms from secondary buds along the stems, so once established it can produce blooms even after a late spring freeze and continue until the first fall frost. The flowers age with wonderful hues of sea green, muted rose, and faded turquoise. Height to 4 feet or a bit more. Zones 6 - 9.
   
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David Ramsey Mophead - trade gallon
Oak Hill Mophead - trade gallon
Penny Mac Hydrangea - trade gallon
Catalog:     Sku: 2646 Browse Category: Mopheads And Lacecap
Ami Pasquier Mophead - trade gallon
Ami Pasquier Mophead - trade gallon

$21.95
A lovely choice for those who have enough blue hydrangeas. Hydrangea macrophylla ’Ami Pasquier’ has medium-sized, crimson blooms. It resists going blue except on the most acidic soil where it shifts to a wine-purple. Foliage is a glossy green. Deciduous, about 4’ tall and wide, for part shade. Long considered one of the best. For confirmation see "The Hydrangeas" by Michael Haworth-Booth (1950), "Hydrangeas for American Gardens by Michael A. Dirr (2004) and "Encyclopedia of Hydrangeas" by the Van Gelderens. It is a strong plant assessed over many years by experts and found to perform. Zones 6-9.
   
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Lady in Red Lacecap - 3 gallon
Montgomery Mophead - trade gallon
Catalog:     Sku: 150 Browse Category: Mopheads And Lacecap
Blue Billow Lacecap - trade gallon
Blue Billow Lacecap - trade gallon

$20.95
One of the earliest of the lacecaps to bloom for us, Hydrangea serrata ’Blue Billow’ is modest sized at 4’ x 4’. On acid soil its lacecap blooms are an intense, dark iridescent blue. It is also notably cold hardy. Ranks as one of the best blue lacecaps - a sturdy early bloomer. Part shade. Zones 5 - 9.
   
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Bounty Mophead Hydrangea - trade gallon
Bounty Mophead Hydrangea - trade gallon

$20.95
Hydrangea arborescens ’Bounty’ offers a variation on the theme of ’Annabelle’. Again the white flowers are mostly sterile & showy but the sepals comprising the mophead are smaller than those of ’Annabelle’. The flower heads display on stout stems and are less likely to flop or sprawl after rain, which we need. Tough & reliable bloomer on the new growth of the season. Shared with us by Keith Howe, Country Gardens, Fall City, WA perhaps 20 years ago. Zones 4 - 8. Height to 3 feet or so.
   
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Silverback Native Hydrangea - 3 quart
Pink Pincushion Hydrangea - trade gallon
Hills of Snow Hydrangea - trade gallon
Annabelle Hydrangea - various sizes
Catalog:     Sku: 2391 Browse Category: Mopheads And Lacecap
David Ramsey Mophead - trade gallon
David Ramsey Mophead - trade gallon

$18.95
One of the handful of Hydrangea macrophyllas identified as a re-bloomer by the research work done by Dr. Dirr and others of his team at UGA. DNA tests showed it was a near match with "Endless Summer". It has performed similarly for us. That means either pink or blue mophead blooms on new growth as well as old terminals if grown well and deadheaded of the first round of blooms. This assumes you have a long enough growing season to get the 2nd flush. Not patented or trademarked so not as expensive as some other re-bloomers. Zones 5-9. For more information on the DNA tests performed by Dr. Lindstrom, Matthew Pelto & Dr. Dirr, see Molecular assessment of remontant (Reblooming) Hydrangea macrophylla cultivars in Journal of Environmental Horticulture, 2003, 21:57-60.
   
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Catalog:     Sku: 3318 Browse Category: Mopheads And Lacecap
Dwarf Groundcover Lacecap - 2 quart
Dwarf Groundcover Lacecap - 2 quart

$18.95
Native to the Hallasan National Park in South Korea, Hydrangea serrata ’Hallasan’ is described by Corinne Mallet as a "dwarf bush, not growing taller than 80 cm, but extending horizontally in a curious way as it produces runners or stoloniferous branches. . ." The foliage is dark green but very rich in anthocyans which adds crimson marks to the foliage. It is indeed very dwarf. Recently listed as cold hardy to Zone 4. If cautious, assume Zones 5 - 8. In recently potting up some 2 gallon stock plants that were potbound we saw the evidence of the ability of this variety to creep - coming out of the roots deep in the 2 gallon were white shoots trying to find their way to spread but being held back by the plastic container.
   
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Gift Certificate
Gift Certificate

$30.00
Purchase a gift certificate for a fellow gardener (or, you can purchase it for yourself and use it in the future.) No additional tax or shipping and handling will be applied. Since we process all credit card orders locally, at the nursery, you will be billed only the face amount of the gift. The certificate will be sent by US mail either to you or directly to the lucky person, your choice. Available in various amounts.
   
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Hayes’ Starburst hydrangea - 3 quart
Hayes’ Starburst hydrangea - 3 quart

$21.95
Native Hydrangea arborescens found by our friend, plantsman Hayes Jackson in Anniston, AL and shared by him with South Carolina nurseryman Ted Stephens from whom we got it. As the photos show the white, cascading flowers in late spring or early summer are comprised of multiple sterile sepals on a small growing plant. In our experience it requires excellent drainage and partial shade. Height to 3 feet. Zones 4 - 9.
   
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Hills of Snow Hydrangea - trade gallon
Hills of Snow Hydrangea - trade gallon

$20.95
Hydrangea arborescens ’Grandiflora’ is a native hydrangea similar to ’Annabelle’ with a lumpily rounded white bloom that is not so uniform as ’Annabelle.’ It is our opinion that it also has stouter stems & is not as likely to sprawl under the weight of its flowers. In all other respects it is similar: blooms on new wood, very cold hardy, a favorite of deer. Grow in partial shade in the south, more sun up north. Height to 4 feet. Zones 4-8.
   
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Bounty Mophead Hydrangea - trade gallon
Silverback Native Hydrangea - 3 quart
Annabelle Hydrangea - various sizes
Pink Pincushion Hydrangea - trade gallon
Catalog:     Sku: 253 Browse Category: Mopheads And Lacecap
Hydrangea angustipetala - various sizes
Hydrangea angustipetala - various sizes

$21.95
Boy, is the taxonomy on this baby a mess. Originally we got our stock plant from Heronswood in the 1990’s, one Dan Hinckley had collected on trips to the Far East. More recently we got cuttings from the Raulston Arboretum labelled "Hydrangea aff. angustipetala" where the abbreviation "aff." is for affinis, meaning "akin to" or "related to." In looking at the two accessions we couldn’t see any difference. Various references suggest a more correct name might be Hydrangea scandens subsp. chinensis about which there is great divergence of opinion. As Dr. Dirr writes:" ’Tis safe to conclude, for all the taxonomic hullabaloo, it will never become a garden icon." Yet, it’s a pretty little thing and very distinct from other hydrangeas. Literature suggests zones 7 - 9. Height about 3 feet.
   
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Hydrangea arborescens ’Emerald Lace’ - trade gallon
Hydrangea arborescens ’Emerald Lace’ - trade gallon

$19.95
Distinctive selection of a native hydrangea species with jagged leaf margins, somewhat fern-like that we got from AL plantsman, Hayes Jackson on a visit to his garden some years back. Flowers are white lacecaps about 4" across. Great textural addition to a woodland garden. Deer will chew it as they will H. quercifolia our other native species, but if you can keep them from defoliating it for the first few years (tomato cage?) you too can enjoy this shrub. Zones 4 - 9.
   
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Hydrangea aspera - trade gallon
Hydrangea aspera - trade gallon

$25.95
An 8 - 10’ tall wonder (by nearly as wide) with summer lavender-mauve lacecap flowers and huge fuzzy leaves, Hydrangea aspera is not commonly found in this country. Or, perhaps it is under the wrong name. Dr. Dirr’s book on hydrangeas explores the confusion in the nomenclature of H. aspera & concludes it is hopeless to try to determine the subspecies set forth by earlier taxonomists (except for subsp. sargentiana, which this plant was originally sold to us by a reputable NC nursery two decades ago; it’s not. No trichomes.) Want foot long leaves and huge blooms? Buy a "big fuzzy hydrangea." Likes partial shade. Blooms mid-season. Our best guess from the literature is that this plant is Hydrangea aspera ’Macrophylla’ - a name that confounds taxonomy, defies common sense and sends the brain on a collision course with Grandma’s garden full of blousy, globose blue blooms. None of which is like this plant at all. Late summer as the blooms fade, the sterile sepals will reflex and often tinge pink (see photo). Zones 7-9.
   
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Hydrangea strigosa ’Golden Needle’ - trade gallon
Kawakamii Lacecap - trade gallon
Peter Chappell White Lacecap - 1 gallon
Spinners Lacecap - trade gallon
Catalog:     Sku: 765 Browse Category: Mopheads And Lacecap
Hydrangea m BloomStruck - 1 gallon
Hydrangea m BloomStruck - 1 gallon

$22.95

   
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