Simple, native charm and heat tolerant beauty.
The rustic beauty of the Oakleaf Hydrangea is remarkable. Its stunning white bloom clusters seem to appear when the summer months are at their hottest, and unlike other hydrangea varieties, the Oakleaf Hydrangea tends to prefer a drier soil. In fact, they will struggle in the same damp soil that makes other hydrangeas flourish.
A can’t miss for landscape borders and woodland-style gardens, the Oakleaf Hydrangea is hardy in zones 5 – 9 with average to dry soil. The average height at maturity is 5 – 6 feet while some varieties can get as tall as 10 feet.