Surprise, I'm in bloom in July

Hydrangea, Oakleaf

Scientific Name: Hydrangea quercifoia
What a neat plant. Large Oak shaped leaves on a large rounded plant make a strong impact in any landscape. The bloom suprises you in July with a large whitish truss bloom. Follow that with a beautiful deep red fall color and then in the winter, it continues to show off with coarse stems that peel or exfoliate with flakes of reddish paper peels and showy beige new bark.

Plant Specifics

Cultural Needs: - Likes a fertile soil with decent drainage and a partial shade.
Plant Type: Deciduous Tree
Bloom Time: Summer
Fall Color: Red
Water Needs: Moist but well drained soil
Light Needs: Part shade to Sun
Color: White
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