SCIENTIFIC NAME: Let's Dance Can Do!® Hydrangea serrata 'SMNHSI' USPP 32,548, Can PBRAF
COMMON NAME: Let's Dance Can Do!® Reblooming hydrangea
GARDEN SIZE 3-4 ft. tall, 3 ft. wide
GROWTH RATE: n/a
USDA ZONE: 4-9
EXPOSURE: Full sun, part sun (4 hours or more of sun each day, morning sun is best)
WATER & SOIL: Prefers moist, well-drained soil; will need additional water in times of drought. Cannot tolerate wet conditions.
HABIT (FORM): Mounded
FOLIAGE: Deciduous, Green
FLOWERS: Rich violet-purple in acidic soils, saturated pink in basic ones. Blooms on new and old wood during the summer.
CARE: Minimal pruning is needed, but if necessary light trimming can be done after the first flush of blooms. If damaged branches need to be removed, they can be trimmed in spring when it’s easier to tell where new growth is occurring. Fertilize in the early spring and in the late spring with Holly-tone or a similar fertilizer. Do not fertilize any later than late July or it can cause new growth while the plant should be going dormant.