Home / #5 Hydrangea quer Munchkin/ Dwarf Oakleaf Native (TN)
Scientific Name: Hydrangea quercifolia ‚ÄòMunchkin‚ÄôCommon Name: Oakleaf Hydrangea Garden Size: 3-4.5 ft. x 3-4.5 ft. USDA Zone: 5 to 9 Plant Origin: Southeastern United States Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade Water & Soil: Average, Medium Moisture; Well-drained Soil Habit (Form): Upright, Multi-stemmed, Compact, Dwarf Foliage: Deciduous, Oak-like, Large Dark Green Leaves Fall Color: Mahogany Red Bloom Time: Blooms on Old Wood, June to July Bloom Color: White to Light Pink, Pyramidal Flower Heads Uses: Mass or Group in Shrub Border, Accent for Foundation Plantings, Flowering Informal Hedge Care: Prune these hydrangeas only in the summer before August, before they set their bloom buds for the next year. Oakleaf Hydrangeas produce flower buds on stems around August, September or October for the following summer‚Äôs blooms. If those stems are removed (pruned) in the fall, winter, or spring, the bloom buds will be removed, and there may be little or no bloom the following summer.
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