The Oakleaf Hydrangea is famous for…
- Unique foliage that turns bright red, yellow and orange
- Large flowers that attract all sorts of wildlife
- Easy to care for- doesn’t need constant maintenance
The Oakleaf gets its name from the shape of its huge, unique leaves. They turn from green to a rainbow of red, orange, and yellow in the fall. The color lasts until mid-winter!
However, many gardeners prefer the Oakleaf because of its multicolored blooms. They turn from bright white to a blend of white and pink.
This hydrangea is extremely easy to grow, so you don’t have to worry about if you have good soil or not. Oakleaf Hydrangeas can even grow in dry soil, so you don’t have to constantly water your plants.
Try a border for a multicolored 6-8 foot hedge- or place one shrub in a prominent spot in your garden.
It looks great in cut bouquets with the colorful leaves in the fall… they’ll look spectacular in your home!
Get ready for the compliments when you plant this most interesting and dramatically beautiful native hydrangea!