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Limelight Hydrangea Tree. This Hydrangea Tree grows up to 6-8 ft. tall & 4-5 ft wide. They bloom in early summer & have long-lasting flowers that turn to pale & blushing pink in autumn. Carefree, durable & resistant to both pests & diseases. Zones 3-8. Drought tolerant once established. Adapts to most soil types!
Limelight Hydrangea Growing Tips
Limelight Hydrangea Growing Tips - there's nothing better than clipping hydrangeas to bring indoors all summer long. kellyelko.com
Little Lime Hydrangea - 3-4' Ht x 4' spread. Zone 3-9 - Prune in late winter/early spring. Apply a controlled release fertilizer in early spring. A supplemental dose of liquid feed may be needed in mid summer. Soil pH does not affect bloom colo
Hydrangea 'Limelights' are incredibly hardy. They don't mind full sun, unlike other varieties including Annabelles which droop pitifully unless constantly watered
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Limelight Hydrangeas & boxwood - under the front windows
Boxwood does a great job of concealing those inevitably gawky Limelight legs. They do a better than great job of giving the hydrangeas some winter interes
Extremely Cold-Hardy with Giant Blooms! - The Limelight Hydrangea is a favorite among beginner and experienced gardeners alike. You get tons of huge blooms on a low-maintenance shrub that grows almost anywhere in the country. It grows further north than any other hydrangea! Experienced gardeners like the incredible blanket of large...
Limelight Hydrangea and SilkTassels Morrow's Sedge
Limelight Hardy Hydrangea - An exciting hardy Hydrangea from Holland, Limelight has unique chartreuse blooms in mid-summer that change to pink in fall. Good massed, as a hedge, in containers or as a cut flower.
Hydrangea paniculata 'Limelight', large white blooms tinged with pale green; trailing Ivy at the base spills over the sides of the classy zinc planter boxes. Baltic Ivy (variegated creamy edge) would combine well too.