Extremely Cold-Hardy with Giant Blooms!
The Limelight Hydrangea is a favorite among beginner and experienced gardeners alike. You get tons of huge blooms on a low-maintenance shrub that grows almost anywhere in the country. It grows further north than any other hydrangea!
Experienced gardeners like the incredible blanket of large blooms that last from spring until fall.
Beginner gardeners love the fact that you can plant it just about anywhere, and still get an incredible show of flowers. It tolerates shade and a variety of soils.
They're incredibly disease and pest-resistant as well. That means you don't have to worry about babying your hydrangeas- they're tough plants!
You get giant blooms that last for months. They start out bright white, and then darken to lime green, and eventually to dark pink in the fall. These are huge blooms, 8 inches wide, and they totally cover your plant.
Even the foliage is colorful. In the late fall, the leaves turn bright red!
The Limelight Hydrangea is easy to grow and very hardy... withstanding even the coldest winter temperatures. It requires very little care, growing well on its own in a wide range of climates and soils.
The blooms appear on new growth, so give it a light pruning in early spring for the most color possible.
These Hydrangeas make a great addition to any garden. Plant your Limelights behind groundcovers and low-lying border plants for a colorful accent. Your Limelight plants lift their huge blooms above the lower plants so everyone can see them.
Best yet, you can bring the attractiveness of this plant indoors! The blossoms of the Limelight Hydrangea look amazing when placed in a vase and used as a table centerpiece. Or, you can dry these blossoms and use them for an exquisite dried flower display.
These hydrangeas grow almost anywhere in the country- zones 3 through 8. You can even pot them up as container plants around your patio.
Either way you want it, indoors or out, the Limelight Hydrangea is sure to add just the touch of beauty you are looking for!
Make sure you order 3 gallon Limelights if they're still available. You get instant blooms on a mature shrub. They sell out quickly, so get yours now.