Endless Summer Hydrangea Bloomstruck Shrub
$25.99 – $74.99
The Bloomstruck Endless Summer hydrangea is a hardy, disease-resistant and time-tested sensation. The Bloomstruck hydrangea also can bloom as an eye-catching pink hydrangea OR purple hydrangea by adjusting your soils pH level as needed. This versatility and demonstrated quality makes The Bloomstruck hydrangea a must for your garden landscape.
- USDA zones 4 to 9
- Mature size 36″ W x 48″ H
- Large full blooms throughout Spring and Summer
- Changes color with color kits
- Partial shade
- Shipping height – 1 gallon 8-12 inches, 2 gallon 14-16 inches, 3 gallon 18-24 inches, 5 gallon 28-32 inches
- Flowers can be cut and used in vases and floral arrangements
- Deciduous – Foliage loss in winter and new growth in spring
- Botanical Name – Hydrangea macrophylla ‘PIIHM-II’ PP25, 566
- Ships dormant winter through early spring
- Plants are trimmed at times when shipped to promote plant health
- Average shipping height – 1g 10-14 inches, 2g 16-18 inches, 3g 20-22 inches, 5g 22-26 inches
Planting Hydrangeas: Once you have prepared your soil, lay out the plants in your intended design. Be sure to keep in mind full mature size of the plants, ensuring that they will barely touch at full size. This will make your garden look full and allow for air to still circulate through the garden. Dig your planting hole slightly larger than the pot size, and place any fertilizer, organic material or nutrients needed to improve your soil mix in the hole before putting your hydrangea in place. If the roots are tightly packed, loosen them gently with your fingers before planting the hydrangea to encourage root growth and spread once in the ground. Make sure that the crown of the plant – where the base of the stems meets the soil – is even with the ground level. If the hydrangea is placed too high, it can easily dry out. If the crown is placed too low when planting, it can cause hydrangeas not to bloom and potentially rot. Refill the hole with soil and pack it firmly around the crown to create a water dam around the newly planted hydrangea. Fill the dam with water, let it drain and then refill it.