Our most prolific and reliable blooming mophead hydrangea to date. Let’s Dance ¡Arriba!™ hydrangea is an H. macrophylla x H. serrata hybrid with large, dense mophead flowers. The rich flower color ranges from hot pink to purple to blue depending upon your soil pH, phosphorus and aluminum levels. The blooms age to an attractive mauve pink.
Let’s Dance® Long blooming hydrangeas flower on both old and new wood, so they flower even after harsh winters or untimely pruning. If the early summer bloom is compromised by late freezes or a pruning mistake, the plants will flower again in late summer. This is a compact selection with a sturdy frame and abundant mophead flowers. The blooms are rich blue or pink, depending on soil.
An endless drive for improvement is what motivates our big-leaf hydrangea breeding, so for us to make a new introduction, a plant has to be significantly better than what’s already available. That’s why Let’s Dance Big Band hydrangea has been added to the line: it combines bodacious, big mophead flowers with pure, true colors (pink in neutral/basic conditions, blue in acidic conditions) on a plant that survives winter better and reblooms better. That means more flowers, from the beginning of hydrangea season until the snowflakes fly!
Let’s Dance® Long blooming hydrangeas flower on both old and new wood, so they flower even after harsh winters or untimely pruning. If the early summer bloom is compromised by late freezes or a pruning mistake, the plants will flower again in late summer. Let’s Dance Loveable fills with intensely colored mophead blooms all throughout the summer, keeping the show going as mature flowers mix with tightly bunched buds. In acidic soils, they are a rich royal purple or even blue. In basic soils, they are a warm saturated pink. These bright flowers look at home in borders, vases, and as Mass plantings.
Why grow Let’s Dance Loveable long-blooming hydrangea? – Plentiful flowers all throughout summer. – Extremely colorful flowers in either pink or purple. – Fabulous fall color with burgundy foliage.
Let’s Dance Can Do! hydrangea is an excellent rebloomer, requiring only a short period of vegetative growth in order to create new wood blooms. However, it has another trick up its sleeve: it sets its flower buds along the entire length of the stem, not merely at the tips. This means that if this hydrangea is cut back, or damaged by cold temperatures, those lower old wood buds will still develop into flowers. It’s a huge leap forward in achieving success with hydrangeas for landscapers, home gardeners, growers, and retailers alike. Abundant, semi-double, star-like florets make the lacecap flowers very showy.
Why grow Let’s Dance Can Do!® Long blooming bigleaf hydrangea?
Let’s Dance® Long blooming hydrangeas flower on both old and new wood, so they flower even after harsh winters or untimely pruning. If the early summer bloom is compromised by late freezes or a pruning mistake, the plants will flower again in late summer. Rhythmic Blue is a very strong rebloomer with full, rounded mophead flowers. The flower color shifts very easily from pink to blue.
All the dramatic color your dream garden needs! Wee Bit Grumpy® bigleaf hydrangea is GLAD to show off its hot pink, magenta, or moody violet flowers (depending on your soil pH). These fully saturated mophead blooms are packed onto a tight, compact habit. Easy for tucking into the front of your border to deliver summerlong color with its Long blooming nature! You won’t have to lift a finger to keep this little beauty looking fresh, as it’s one of the most rugged hydrangeas you’ll find. It’s extremely disease resistant and will thrive in a range of soil conditions, from clay to salt to alkaline or acidic! This dwarf hydrangea is anything but cranky, and it’s sure to put a smile on your face.
These deeply saturated blooms catch your attention and keep it! Wee Bit Giddy® bigleaf hydrangea has large mophead blooms that are either red-pink in average soil or dark purple in soil treated with aluminum sulfate. A tight, compact habit filled with strong stems and glossy foliage makes a great supporting cast for these impressive flowers. The best news yet is the Long blooming! In the summertime, it flushes with color from old wood buds, and later on, it produces a fresh crop of flowers from new wood! So, if a late winter cold snap or an incorrectly timed pruning session strikes, you’ll still get a flower show.
Usually, when you plant a bigleaf hydrangea, you have a specific color in mind that you’d like the flowers to be. We think Let’s Dance Sky View® will change your mind. In any kind of soil pH, it has the loveliest sky-colored hue, just like a sunrise. Breezy light blue, soft lavender, or icy pink. Sometimes you’ll even get all three colors on one plant! Its floral show starts out honeydew-green, with the edges of the sepals tinged blue, pink, or lavender. For gardeners who yearn for a blue hydrangea, this one is very easy to turn. The light hue makes a perfect companion to other blue flowering plants, adding depth to your color palette. Its mid-size habit fits nicely into container displays, mixed beds, and at the front of the border. When it comes to garden planning, perhaps it’s time to reach for the sky?
Why grow Let’s Dance Sky View® hydrangea?
Unbelievable flower color
Strong stems easily hold up large flowers for the entire season
Cityline® hydrangeas are dwarf varieties with highly disease-resistant foliage, making them an excellent choice for humid climates. Mars has distinctive variegated mophead blooms which will be pink or blue depending on the soil.
Cityline® hydrangeas are dwarf varieties with highly disease-resistant foliage, making them an excellent choice for humid climates. Venice has long-lasting fuchsia or blue flowers that change to an attractive green as they age.
Let’s Dance® Long blooming hydrangeas flower on both old and new wood, so they flower even after harsh winters or untimely pruning. If the early summer bloom is compromised by late freezes or a pruning mistake, the plants will flower again in late summer. Rave has abundant mophead blooms with intense colors. In acidic soils they are a rich violet color, while in basic soils they are a saturated pink. The unusual violet color is a distinctive choice for gardens.
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