Oak-Leaved Hydrangea

Hydrangea Quercifolia

Oak-leaved hydrangea is a shrub for all seasons. The large dark green leaves resemble oak leaves, in fall they change to a deep burgundy or red fall color.  In summer the large cone-shaped flower clusters open white then turn a purplish-pink changing to brown persisting into winter.  The older bark is cinnamon brown color and peels to create a texture that makes this plant interesting even when the leaves are gone.

General Information:

Mature Height:  5 Feet
Mature Width: 5 Feet

Flower Color:  White
Fall Color:  Red Purple

Soil Type:

Dry, Moist, Mesic

Exposure:

Full Sun, Partial Shade 

Bloom Period:

Spring

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