Botanical Name: Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Snow Queen’
Common Name: ‘Snow Queen’ Oakleaf Hydrangea
Description: Beautiful shrub native to the Southeast US. She likes part sun to part shade. Too much sun and her huge leaves will burn. Too much shade and she won’t bloom. Upright and sprawling deciduous shrub grows about 6′ x 6′. The large cone-shaped clusters of flowers bloom May and June, are white, and do not change colors according to the soil pH. Likes good draining but moist soil, and takes our heat and humidity just fine. An easy to grow hydrangea. The flowers attracts pollinators and the seeds attract birds. The leaves change colors in the fall before dropping.
These plants in 3-gallon containers are about 2′ tall x 1-1/2′ wide.
Hardiness Zones 5-9