Hydrangea - Oakleaf

4 results

  • Sort by
    ...
  • GATSBY GAL® Oakleaf Hydrangea

    It’s amazing to see a native oakleaf hydrangea out in a woodland, but it can be hard to picture it in the garden. That’s where the Gatsby series of H. quercifolia comes into play. This lovely native species becomes accessible to ornamental, small-scale woodland, and any other garden imaginable. Gatsby Gal® in particular is a compact selection with extra showy, full panicles of white flowers and dramatic fall foliage. Its large flowers are held away from the plant in an exclamation style, giving it an exciting firework-like appearance.

    Why grow Gatsby Gal® oakleaf hydrangea?

    • Dense, white flowers look striking in the shade.
    • Compact habit makes it a good fit for many landscape roles.
    • A native that attracts pollinators.
    Add to Wishlist
  • GATSBY MOON® Oakleaf Hydrangea

    It’s amazing to see a native oakleaf hydrangea out in a woodland, but it can be hard to picture it in the garden. That’s where the Gatsby series of H. quercifolia comes into play. This lovely native species becomes accessible to ornamental, small-scale woodland, and any other garden imaginable. For an out-of-this-world flower show, look no further than Gatsby Moon®. Really, its flowers are so massive and so round that seeing it in bloom truly reminded us of seeing the big, beautiful glowing moon at night. When it’s in bloom this plant stops you in your tracks and its pillowy mophead-like flowers draw you in for a closer look. They open a creamy white, misted with green, and slowly mature to a lovely shade of green that persists throughout the rest of the summer. Come fall, the foliage lights into glowing burgundy color, giving it even more appeal. Use it as an informal hedge or tuck it into a woodland or native garden to WOW your visitors.

    Why grow Gatsby Moon® oakleaf hydrangea?

    • Densely packed, massive flowers.
    • Very sturdy, whimsically bent stems offer an architectural element.
    • Flowers mature to a handsome green color.
    Add to Wishlist
  • 3D Model
    GATSBY PINK® Oakleaf Hydrangea

    It’s amazing to see a native oakleaf hydrangea out in a woodland, but it can be hard to picture it in a garden. That’s where the Gatsby series of H. quercifolia comes into play. This lovely native species has become accessible to ornamental, small-scale woodland, and any other garden imaginable. With Gatsby Pink® you get true panache. Its flowers are perfect lacecaps, mounded into panicles that are larger than footballs. Let’s just say, they really stand out. In summer the blooms emerge pure white and slowly mature to a captivating dark shade of pink. Often by that time the oak leaf-shaped foliage has also started to gain its fall color, a rich shade of mahogany-purple. Together this makes an incredibly colorful show and looks perfect when used as a border plant, tall hedge, or in mixed borders with other whimsical natives.

    Why grow Gatsby Pink® oakleaf hydrangea?

    • Unbeatable fall color in flowers and foliage.
    • A native that attracts pollinators.
    • Very shade tolerant – finally a way to get big color into low-sun areas!
    Add to Wishlist
  • GATSBY STAR® Oakleaf Hydrangea

    It’s amazing to see a native oakleaf hydrangea out in a woodland, but it can be hard to picture it in a garden. That’s where the Gatsby series of H. quercifolia comes into play. This lovely native species becomes accessible to ornamental, small-scale woodland, and any other garden imaginable. With Gatsby Star® you get the glam. It brings more drama than you could imagine with its array of star-shaped, double florets. These double florets are gathered atop the fertile flowers in a lacecap panicle the size of a football. It’s an unexpected treat for any garden, but especially in native or pollinator beds. Its larger size makes it a perfect candidate for hedges, screens, or as the glue that holds a foundation planting together.

    Why grow Gatsby Star® oakleaf hydrangea?

    • One of the most unusual flowers you’ll ever see!
    • A native that attracts pollinators.
    • Quite shade tolerant, a great fit for those looking to spice up their low-sun spots.
    Add to Wishlist
Wishlist
Categories

Scholarship Application

*Completing this form does not guarantee a scholarship. A staff member will confirm scholarship availability directly. Receipts must be submitted within 10 weeks from the conclusion of the event.
Gardening Simplified magazine
[everest_form id="4997"]