Posted by Sarah on September 4th 2012 in
Large, bright lime-green flower panicles, 6-12″ long, bloom prolifically mid-summer until frost; lime-green flowers age white then pink in autumn; large dark green foliage. This Limelight Hydrangea’s blooms are closer to a cone shape versus other hydrangeas that have a mounded bloom. Blooms can be cut and used indoors for floral arrangements. Limelight Hydrangea blooms are also popular in dried floral arrangements, especially in winter containers.
Sun Requirements: Part Sun, will tolerate Full Sun