Plant in mixed shrub borders or naturalize in open woodland gardens. This beauty is also ideal as an accent shrub on its own or with perennial plantings.
Hydrangea quercifolia 'Munchkin'
As pretty for its leaves as flowers, this hydrangea has something to offer in all seasons and its compact growth habit is perfect for growing in smaller landscapes.
- Loads of white flowers that age to pink
- Deep red fall color
- Uniquely textured, oak-like leaves
Interesting Notes about Oakleaf Hydrangea:
The Oakleaf hydrangea is considered a 4-season plant due to the interesting bark in the winter and spring, the showy flowers from summer into fall and beautiful fall foliage. The beauty of this shrub extends to its ability to withstand drought and poor soils, which is why it is the best growing hydrangea across the state.
Characteristics & Attributes
- Winter Interest
- Drought Tolerant
- Long Blooming
- Mass Planting
- Border or Bed
- Fall Color
- Low Maintenance
- Great Foliage
- Summer Bloomer
- Partial Sun
- Attracts Butterflies
Season of Interest (Flowering):
Season of Interest (Foliage):
- Average Water
- Moist, Well-Drained