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Out of Season Pee Wee Hydrangea

Pee Wee Hydrangea

Color changes with seasons.

This well-behaved plant is unique in that all of its parts (leaves, flowers, stems) are small and in proportion to each other, making it a true dwarf. Does well in shade or partial shade. Blooms for 8–10 weeks beginning in late May. Very attractive orange, red and purple fall leaf colors. Initial flowers are white changing to a pleasing rose-pink as the season changes to fall. Mature at 2–4'. Potted. Zones 6–9.
  • Zone 6-9
  • Height 2-4 feet
  • Shade Required Shade to part shade

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  • Botanical Name: Hydrangea quercifolia 'Pee Wee'
  • Height: 2-4 feet
  • Depth: Set so roots are at or just below soil level. Firm and water in well.
  • Spread: 2.5 - 3 feet
  • Sun/Shade: Shade to part shade
  • Color: Initial flowers are white changing to a pleasing rose-pink as the season changes to fall.
  • Foliage: Distinctive, deeply-lobed, somewhat coarse, deep green, oak-like leaves (to 5" long) turn attractive shades of bronze, maroon and purple in autumn. Mature stems exfoliate to reveal a rich brown inner bark which is attractive in winter.
  • Blooms: Late May for 8-10 weeks
  • Fruit: Cup-like capsular fruit
  • Form: Upright, broad-rounded, suckering, multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub
  • Flower Form: Elongated, pyramidal panicles of mostly sterile flowers appear in early summer
  • Soil Requirements: Rich, medium moisture, well-drained soils
  • Pruning: Bloom occurs on old wood. Prune if needed immediately after flowering (little pruning is usually needed). Winter damaged stems may be pruned in early spring.

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