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Snow Hill Hydrangea Is A deciduous shrub That grows upright and has lush, green foliage.
Snow Hill Hydrangea Seedlings adds a great touch to any landscaping project. This flowering shrub produces white flowers when they bloom. The flowers grow in round clusters at the end of the green branches. This shrub is planted in the late fall but will not blood until the springtime.
Home gardeners looking for a low-growing shrub that produces showy blooms should look no further than the Snow Hill Hydrangea.
The stems are a velvety, light-colored brown. It also produces a riot of huge, white blooms throughout summer. This shrub can also produce a short, repeated fall bloom.
It is a member of the Hydrangeacea family and is recommended for planting in USDA hardiness zones 3 to 9. It typically grows to heights of 3 to 5 feet and can have a spread of 3 to 5 feet in width.
This shrub produces blooms from June to August in most climates. Grows well in partial to full sun if there is consistent moisture provided. This hydrangea grows best in moist, rich soil that is well-drained.
Since this shrub is low to the ground, it is best used as a shrub border or in-home plant garden. Its showy blooms make it an attractive addition to any home landscape setting and are versatile. Many home gardeners also use cuttings from these plants for interior decor.
Snow Hill Hydrangea Seedlings Known As Hydrangea arborescens 'Grandiflora.'
This shrub has big showy blossoms of white against broad, significant, gray-green leaves. The creamy white flowerheads can be 6-8" across. The leaves can be 4-8" in length, and the bush can grow to heights of 5 feet or more. The bush is often called a 'snowball bush' because the flower clusters look like snowballs.
The large bushes full of snow-white flower domes are showstoppers in a garden or a yard. The flowers can be used in vases or dried and are popular at weddings. The flowers bloom from June to September.
This type of shrub is best known for its distinctive flowers. While they are best known for their shade of white, the flowers can also look blue. This shrub will bloom the best, and the flowers will stay the longest when planted in an area with new wood.
When this shrub blooms, the flowers are breathtaking and also give off a pleasant scent. The flowers will stay in bloom for the entire summer. This shrub is low-growing and can be planted under larger shrubs and trees. This shrub only seldom requires pruning to help keep its shade and the flowers growing correctly.
Snow Hill Hydrangea Seedlings are available online at Tennessee Wholesale Nursery.
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Hydrangea Arborescens
USDA Climate Zone: three to nine
Tree Height: three to five feet
Tree Spread: four to six feet
Soil Type: Prefers moist acidic soil to neutral soil
Sun: partial sun to partial shade