- Months of color interest
- 9-in. flower panicles open white in the summer
- Flowers turn pink then mature to deep rose
- Green foliage turns deep red in fall
- Grows up to 4 ft. tall
Add interest to your landscape with this hardy shrub. Growing just 3 1/2- to 4-ft. tall, its large, 9-in. upright flower panicles open white in early to midsummer before turning pale pink and maturing to deep rose. Its large, dark green leaves turn mahogany-red in fall. An introduction by the U.S. Arboretum. Plant in partial shade to full sun as an informal hedge or accent plant. Zones 5-8. Hydrangea quercifolia 'Ruby Slippers'