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Fast Growing Shrub Beautiful Perennial Climbing Large Flowers, From July to September, the Hydrangea is covered in huge balls of flowers that measure from 6-8” all the way up to 18”.

Hydrangea quercifolia flowers are also known for their sweet fragrance. This scent is particularly strong in the evening.

They are low maintenance. They prefer well-drained soil and can tolerate a range of pH levels. They also prefer partial shade to full sun, although they will appreciate some shade during the hottest parts of the day.

It is important to water them regularly, especially during periods of drought. Hydrangea quercifolia plants can be pruned in the late fall or early winter.

Sow seeds on the surface of pre-watered soil. Do not cover the seeds or bury them into the soil as they require both warm temperatures, moisture and sunlight to germinate. Keep seeds and soil moist throughout by using a mister versus a heavy pouring vessel as to avoid the seeds sinking into the darkness of the soil upon watering.