Elizabeth Ashley Hydrangea (Hydrangea macropyhlla ‘Hokomarore’ PP 31264)

Elizabeth Ashley Hydrangea

  • Taffy Pink or Soft Blue Depending on Soil pH
  • Perfect Symmetrical Mopheads
  • Flowers Ranging Maroon or Blue in Acid Soil
  • Smaller, Compact & Reblooming
  • Easy Care & Low Maintenance
  • Upright Strong Stems
  • Fresh or Dried Floral Decor
  • Full Sun to Part Shade
  • Blooms All Summer Until Fall
  • Wonderful Gift & Memorial Plant
  • Deer Rarely Bother It

The loss of a loved one is devastating, especially when it was a senseless tragedy. The loss of that bright light and cheer. Elizabeth Ashley Hoke was just that loss for one family and they turned their grief into a fitting memorial. One that can grow in your garden, so Elizabeth’s memory can live on.

Elizabeth Ashley Hydrangea (Hydrangea macropyhlla ‘Hokomarore’ PP 31264) has perfectly shaped, uniform blooms on a small compact plant that are bright pink with lighter edges. Deep-green foliage with textural, toothy edges are dense and compact.

Ranging in color, the billowy flowers in deep pink to maroon to true blues, change depending on your soil. The flower buds are exquisite reblooming until fall.

Dwarf sized for even the smallest garden or container, Bigleaf Hydrangea such as this will brighten your garden as Elizabeth brightened everyone’s lives.

How to Use Elizabeth Ashley Hydrangea In The Landscape

A lovely 3-foot sized shrub, Elizabeth Ashley Hydrangea is proportionality shaped to be an accent and specimen plant in your garden or favorite urn.

Intersperse among mixed-shrub borders to add cheery color and formal symmetry to rows, along pathways and as a welcome pair greeting your visitors by flanking your entry with lively blooms.

Try creating a focal point planting in your garden by clustering these in a grouping of 3 or more for a stand-out accent! Seating areas, birdbaths, outdoor sculptures and planters become the main feature with a skirting of these around their base.

Elizabeth Ashley’s perfect billowy flowers in taffy pink, are a lovely gift plant to brighten someone’s day or to memorialize your own loved one.

Tips For Care

Elizabeth Ashley grows best in full sun for the strongest growth and best color, though appreciates some afternoon shade during the worst of the summer’s heat or when planted in the warmer of the growing zones.

Supply a moderate amount of water on a regular schedule. Grow them in rich, well-drained soil with plenty of organic matter.

This Mountain Hydrangea can tolerate very cold winter conditions in USDA zones 5 through 9.

Hydrangea are not particular about soil type however, Hydrangea does like evenly moist soils for best performance. Add a 3-4 inch layer of mulch to help maintain the soil moisture.

It is difficult to lose someone special in your life, but their memories will never fade. Let Elizabeth Ashley Hydrangea bring cheer and joy to your garden just as her namesake did to her family and friends.

Elizabeth Ashley Hydrangea (Hydrangea macropyhlla ‘Hokomarore’ PP 31264) Details

Common name Elizabeth Ashley Hydrangea
Botanical name Hydrangea macropyhlla 'Hokomarore' PP 31264
Plant type Deciduous
Hardiness zone 5-9
Growth rate Medium
Height 3 ft.
Width 3 ft.
Sunlight Full Sun, Partial Shade
Moisture Medium
Soil condition Well Drained
Pollinator-friendly No
Pruning time After Flowering
Flower color Pink or Blue