Alice Oakleaf Hydrangea

White cone shaped flowers in Summer, change to pink as they mature.

Additional information

Botanical Name

Hydrangea quercifolia 'Alice'

Plant Height

5'-8'

Plant Spread (width)

5'-8'

Deciduous/Evergreen

Bloom Time

Exposure

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Flower Color

Foliage Color

Fall Color

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Soil Moisture

Moist

Growth Habit

Mounded

The Alice Oakleaf Hydrangea featurers white cone shaped flowers in Summer, change to pink as they mature. Awesome addition to the shadier part of the yard. Typically, it can grow to around 8’ but there are several smaller varieties that stay closer to 3’. Easy to grow, however, not Idiot Proof (for blooms) because if pruning is needed, it is important that it is done in August to prevent removing the following years flower buds.

UNCLE'S PLANTING TIPS!

Step 1 – Dig the Hole Twice as Wide as the Pot

Step 2 – Remove the Plant from Its Container

Step 3 – Backfill with 50/50 Soil and Max Mix

Step 4 – Cover the Plant Area with Mulch

Step 5 – Stake the Tree if Needed

Step 6 – Water and Feed the Plant!

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