Plants By Type
Wild Hydrangeas are a beauty when they are in bloom. These plants can grow to be three to eight feet tall and have small clusters of white blooms that cover the plant during the months of May through July. They grow well when planted in average and moist soils that are well drained and also loves full sunlight and partial shade. When the flowers bloom on this shrub, they also give a wonderful fragrance. This shrub comes back each year and if kept pruned they come back to be thick and dense and look very healthy when growing and blooming. This shrub is also called Snow Hill Hydrangea because of the large white ball shaped blooms that it provides. They look amazing when in bloom and adds lots of color and life to all gardens and lawns. They are very easy to grow and care for and love to be planted in areas that provide full sunlight and partial shade. They are wonderful for climate zones three through nine. This shrub grows to be very thick, and the stems have a woody texture to them as well as the trunk of this shrub. They are very strong and hardy and can go through storms with no problems. They supply beautiful curb appeal to homes and work great when creating a natural border around a lawn or other areas. These shrubs are great choices for adding a special look and feel as they bloom during the spring and early parts of summer.