1. Endless Summer
    1. Original re-bloom mop head  5-6’
    2. Bloom Struck re-bloom mop head 3-5’
    3. Blushing Bride re-bloom white mop head  with pink blush 3-6’
    4. Twist-N- Shout re-bloom lace cap 3-5’
  2. Penny Mac- re-bloom mop head 5’ x 5’
  3. Mini- Penny- re-bloom dwarf mop head 3-4’
  4. Dear Delores- re-bloom mop head 5 x 5’
  5. Big Daddy- 12” mop head 5-6’
  6. Nikko Blue- traditional mop head 5 x 5’
  7. Madame Emile Mouilliere- white mop head  large graceful blooms
  8. Fuji Waterfall- white lace cap cascading bloom
  9. Annabelle-  white native delicate mop head up to 12” across 
  10. Oakleaf- pee gee native 8-10’ white
  11. Limelight- pee gee re-bloom 6-8’ lime green changing to white 
  12. Littlelime- dwarf pee gee re-bloom 3-4’ lime green changing to white
  13. Phanton- large pee gee 8-10’ re-bloom
  14. Vanilla Strawberry- pee gee white and red re-bloom 6’
  15. Variegated- dwarf lace cap green and white leaves 3-4’ 

Hydrangea Watering Tips

Endless Summer Hydrangeas


Blushing Bride 

Blushing Bride has pure white, semi-double blooms which mature to a bluish pink or a Carolina blue, depending on soil pH. It begins to bloom in spring, gracing the garden with big, round clusters of soft blooms. Blushing Bride provides an elegant touch of color to the garden all the way into fall. A long time favorite of European gardeners, it can serve as a focal point or be used to separate louder, harsher colors while providing harmony and ease. 

Sun Exposure: Partial Shade  Watering: Well-drained, moist soil
Zone: 4-9 Shape: Upright, rounded
Bloom Time: Late Spring - Fall Height/Spread: 3-6' x 3-6'
Foliage: Thick, dark green leaves  

The Original


The Original can be used for full foundation plantings, striking container gardens, or beautiful, cut-flower hydrangea arrangements. The Original Endless Summer Hydrangea is a hardy, disease-resistant and time-tested sensation.With the help of a color kit, The Original has the ability to produce blue or pink flowers, just by adjusting the pH of the soil. 

Sun ExposurePartial Shade WateringWell-drained, moist soil
Zone4-9 ShapeMounded
Bloom TimeLate Spring - Fall Height/Spread3-4' x 4-5'
FoliageGreen


Twist-n-Shout 

This reblooming, lacecap hydrangea features picturesque deep pink or periwinkle blue flowers from late spring to fall. The color can be changed by changing the pH of the soil. The stem of the Twist-n-Shout is a vivid red, adding even more interest to your garden.

Sun ExposurePartial Shade WateringWell-drained, moist soil
Zone4-9 ShapeUpright, rounded
Bloom TimeLate Spring - Fall Height/Spread3-5' x 3-5'
FoliageGreen


BloomStruck

Depending on soil pH, BloomStruck will produce vivid rose-pink or purple flower heads. BloomStruck also features beautiful, red-purple stems and dark green leaves with red petioles and veins. Because of BloomStruck's strong stems, above average heat tolerance, and excellent disease resistance - especially to powdery mildew - it's the perfect combination of beauty and hardiness for your garden!
Sun ExposurePartial Shade WateringWell-drained, moist soil
Zone4-9 ShapeMounded
Bloom TimeLate Spring - Fall Height/Spread3-4' x 4-5'
FoliageThick, dark green leaves


Getting the Most From Your Endless Summer Hydrangea

Southern Living Hydrangeas

Big Daddy 

This hydrangea, from the Southern Living Plant Collection, is pink in alkaline soils and blue in acidic soils, Big Daddy's huge blooms are as big as balloons at a child's birthday party. This hydrangea's large blooms are perfect for cut flowers arrangements. Big Daddy can be used as an accent or hedge, and in mass plantings.

Sun ExposurePartial Shade Watering:Well-drained, moist soil
Zone: 6-9 ShapeUpright, rounded
Bloom TimeSpring Height/Spread: 5-6' x 5-6'
Foliage:Green

Dear Dolores

Dear Dolores blooms in spring and reblooms summer to fall. Blue blooms occur in acidic soils, while pink blooms occur in alkaline soils. This fast growing deciduous shrub has bright green foliage and a mounding growth habit. Dear Dolores is an excellent choice for shady border planting.

Sun ExposurePartial Shade WateringWell-drained, moist soil
Zone5-9 ShapeCompact, rounded
Bloom TimeSpring - Fall Height/Spread5' x 5'
FoliageBright green


Pruning Your Southern Living Hydrangea

Some of Our Favorite Hydrangeas

Haven't you heard? This one's for the birds! The hummingbirds, that is... Salvia is a wonderful addition to the summer garden with its graceful, nectar-rich blooms. It's easy to grow and in addition to hummingbirds, salvia attracts butterflies galore! Stop by this weekend to choose your favorite, or if you just can't decide, bring home one of each! You'll have the most colorful garden on the block AND the hummers will be your new BFFs. It's a win-win!



Mystic Spires 


Mystic Spires is a compact salvia that produces masses of sturdy, indigo flower stalks. Its leaves will mound to about 12" high, while the flowers tower above, up to 30" high. Plant in partial to full sun and fertilize regularly with Espoma FlowerTone (granular) or FoxFarms Big Bloom (liquid) for best results.



Amistad

Southern Living Salvias are always a great choice! Amistad produces dark purple flowers and reaches 3' x 3' when fully grown. Prune as desired in spring for a bushier growth pattern. Plant in full sun and fertilize regularly with Espoma FlowerTone (granular) or FoxFarms Big Bloom (liquid) for best results.


Radio Red

Radio Red has a long blooming season during which it is graced with crimson-red flowers.With a little bit of pruning, it can be used as a low, informal hedge. Plant in partial to full sun and fertilize regularly with Espoma FlowerTone (granular) or FoxFarms Big Bloom (liquid) for best results.


Saucy Red

This stunning new variety from Southern Living quickly has a neat, but vigorous growth habit and sizzling scarlet flower spikes from April to November. Grows to 3' x 3'. Plant in partial to full sun and fertilize regularly with Espoma FlowerTone (granular) or FoxFarms Big Bloom (liquid) for best results.




Black & Blue

Perhaps one of our most stunning specimens, Black and Blue salvia produce cobalt-blue flowers with black whorls atop vibrant, lime- green foliage. Blooms summer through fall. Plant in full sun and fertilize regularly with Espoma FlowerTone (granular) or FoxFarms Big Bloom (liquid) for best results.




May Night

Get to know May Night and it will soon become your go-to border plant! This variety quickly  grows to about 18" and blooms all summer long. To top it all off, it's also deer resistant! Plant in full sun and fertilize regularly with Espoma FlowerTone (granular) or FoxFarms Big Bloom (liquid) for best results.




Ember's Wish

*Staff Selection* Time and time again we find ourselves drawn to the stunning, coral display put on by Embers Wish. This heat-tolerant specimen starts blooming in the spring and won't stop until the first frost! Plant in partial to full sun and fertilize regularly with Espoma FlowerTone (granular) or FoxFarms Big Bloom (liquid) for best results.




Love & Wishes

No pruning, no deadheading, just a big, beautiful, ball of color from spring to fall! Love and Wishes produces magenta blooms all summer long and year after year. Plant in partial to full sun and fertilize regularly with Espoma FlowerTone (granular) or FoxFarms Big Bloom (liquid) for best results.




Saucy Wine

This luxurious yet tidy salvia produces burgundy flower spikes from April through November. Saucy wine is more likely to persist through mild winters than other varieties. Plant in partial to full sun and fertilize regularly with Espoma FlowerTone (granular) or FoxFarms Big Bloom (liquid) for best results.









 

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