Part shade to shade
white blooms that may turn pink or purple
$29.99 – $75.00
This deciduous hydrangea features broad, oak-leaf shaped leaves which turn red and bronze in the fall before dropping off.
Water Requirements: Moderate, regular waterings.
Soil: Fertile, well-draining soil.
Growth Rate: Fast
Bloom Time: Spring, Early Summer.
Temperature: Cold hardy.
Pruning: Prune up to one-third of the growth in late fall or early winter.
Toxicity: Toxic to people and animals
Tips: Oakleaf Hydrangea is deciduous, so it will drop its leaves when the temperature drops.
3 gallon, 7 gallon, 15 gallon
High Salt Tolerance
Moderate Growth Rate
Part sun to part shade
10' – 15'
5' – 9'