‘Alice’ Hydrangea


‘Alice’ Hydrangea

Hydrangea quercifolia 6-8' x 5-6' Georgia Plant Introduction Program, Michael Dirr intro. A chance seedling growing on the UGA campus, selected for large blooms and long bloom time.

Fragrant creamy white 8–10" panicles bloom midsummer and fade to pink late summer. Great for dried floral arrangements. Lobed oak-like foliage turns lovely burgundy-red in fall. Exfoliating bark adds winter interest. Upright irregular mounded form works well in groupings or nestled into a perennial garden.

Well-drained soil, full sun to part shade. Will tolerate drought once established. Sturdy and typically free of pests and diseases. Species is native to southeastern U.S. Z5. (1–3')

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