Hydrangea quercifolia↺ Back To search
- Common Name: Oakleaf Hydrangea
- Plant Story:
A dramatic, white-blooming shrub with four seasons of interest. Showy white flowers, oak shaped leaves that turn brilliant red, orange, yellow and burgundy in the fall. Even the dried flowers are attractive and can be brought inside for decorating.
- Type: Shrub Deciduous
- Bloom Season: Summer
- Flower Color: White
- Has Winter Interest
- Planting Zone: 5-9
- Height: 6-8 ft
- Spread: 6-8 fr
- Light Requirements:Full Sun to Part Shade
- Suggested Uses: Specimen, accent, shrub borders, or woodland area.
- Leaf: Not available
- Edible: NO
- Attracts to:
- Plant Deer Resistant:No
- Plant Potential Pests:No serious problems
- Is NativeSoutheastern United States
- Form: Pyramid
- Special Care Instructions:
Prune after flowering. May lost buds in harsh winters. Mulch in summer.