Bobo hydrangea is a dwarf variety of of hydrangea. While similar to other hydrangeas in every other way, including care needs, it grows only two to three feet high and slightly wider, making it an excellent foundation shrub or short hedge.
Bobo blooms from early to late summer with flowers that form large panicles with a pyramidal shape. The flowers are initially white but gradually turn pink, then deepen into purplish as fall approaches. Bobo is not one of those hydrangeas whose floral color is dependent on soil pH.