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Let's Dance Loveable Bigleaf Hydrangea
Let's Dance Loveable Bigleaf Hydrangea

Let's Dance Loveable Bigleaf Hydrangea

$26.99

The New 2024 Let's Dance Lovable™ Bigleaf Hydrangea (Macrophylla) is so stunning and colorful that any photo of it looks edited! Like many Let's Dance hydrangeas, it's a larger mid-sized shrub that naturally mounds extremely well. It has warm green foliage, on top of which it shows off its true colors. Every bloom looks like its own flavor of cotton candy, with flowers of baby blue, soft pink, and lavender mixing together to create a truly dreamy shrub that's ready to perform.

Growth Habit

A partial sun hydrangea reaching 3-4' both tall and wide. Blooms on new wood. Flowers blue, pink and purple in early summer.  This plant was bred to have really strong stems, perfect to hold up the enormous flowers this shrub produces.

Care

Macrophylla hydrangeas are best pruned right after they are finished blooming. Cut the branches back by about one-third their total length. This plant tolerates a wide range of conditions, but does not grow well in soggy soil or full hot sun. Plant in full sun in zones 5-9; afternoon shade is preferable in warmer areas.

Toxicity

Chewing hydrangeas causes cyanide to be released. The leaves, buds, flowers, and bark all contain the toxin, so if your dog munches any part of your hydrangeas, he could get sick. Unfortunately, deer love to graze on the leaves, flowers, and tender tips of hydrangeas.


 

The New 2024 Let's Dance Lovable™ Bigleaf Hydrangea (Macrophylla) is so stunning and colorful that any photo of it looks edited! Like many Let's Dance hydrangeas, it's a larger mid-sized shrub that naturally mounds extremely well. It has warm green foliage, on top of which it shows off its true colors. Every bloom looks like its own flavor of cotton candy, with flowers of baby blue, soft pink, and lavender mixing together to create a truly dreamy shrub that's ready to perform.

A partial sun hydrangea reaching 3-4' both tall and wide. Blooms on new wood. Flowers blue, pink and purple in early summer.  This plant was bred to have really strong stems, perfect to hold up the enormous flowers this shrub produces.

Macrophylla hydrangeas are best pruned right after they are finished blooming. Cut the branches back by about one-third their total length. This plant tolerates a wide range of conditions, but does not grow well in soggy soil or full hot sun. Plant in full sun in zones 5-9; afternoon shade is preferable in warmer areas.

Chewing hydrangeas causes cyanide to be released. The leaves, buds, flowers, and bark all contain the toxin, so if your dog munches any part of your hydrangeas, he could get sick. Unfortunately, deer love to graze on the leaves, flowers, and tender tips of hydrangeas.