Snow Hill Hydrangea Shrub does best in full sun, but is also very shade tolerant
The Snow Hill Hydrangea Shrub is a shrub. It will do well in moist, acidic soils and partial shade to some sun. In late spring all through summer, this plant will produce a cluster of smaller, whitish colored flowers that form what resembles a snowball. The leaves are a textured, bright green color that adds contrast with the massive, whitish blooms. This is a hardy and easy to care for a plant. It requires little to no maintenance.
Snow Hill Hydrangea Shrub is a low growing shrub with large white flowers that bloom in the summer
It grows upward to five feet and a spread of 3 feet. It is suggested to prune it down to a few inches above the ground each year as it promotes growth. The Snow Hill Hydrangea prefers partial to full sun and moist soil, although it will grow in any soil. A beautiful addition anywhere in the yard, it thrives in USDA Hardiness Zone: 4a to 9a. It can withstand a frost but must be guarded against the wind.
Snow Hill Hydrangea Shrub is a beautiful accent to any garden or landscape
This beautiful hydrangea is a long blooming deciduous plant that produces large clusters of flowers that emerge a brilliant shade of lime green and then fade to white. The blooms can reach up to 25cm wide and are great for cut flowers or as dried flowers. The Snowhill Hydrangea thrives in moist, well-drained soils. It blooms from late spring all the way through summer and fall to the first frost in most areas.
Sun: Full Sun to Full Shade
Snow Hill Hydrangea Shrub