Zones 4-9 Often referred to as the "Hills of Snow" hydrangea, this superb hardy shrub is recognized by its immense 6 to 8 inch flower heads of creamy-white reminiscent of giant "snowballs." It comes into bloom right after lilacs and remains in flower until August. Thrives in shade or partially shaded locations. Reaches a height of 4 to 6 feet with a nearly equal spread. Blooms on new wood. Maintain by cutting down to the ground in late fall or early spring.
Zone: 4-9 Light: to Height: 4' to 6' Width: 4' to 6' Spacing: 5' State Restrictions: AK;AZ;CA;HI;ID
Flower Color: White Foliage Color: Green Fall Color: Disease Resistant: No Size Shipped: 1-quart pots Common Name: