Proven Winners® Little Lime® Hydrangea - Dwarf Hydrangea Bush - 4" Pot

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Proven Winners® Little Lime® Hydrangea - Dwarf Hydrangea Bush - 4" Pot
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Description

All orders to California will be shipped bare root in accordance with state regulations.

A newer dwarf form of the Proven Winners® Limelight® Hydrangea, Little Lime® sports the same great flowers, only smaller. Beautiful green summer flowers turn shades of vintage pink in the fall. A hardy selection, it’s excellent in a mixed border or foundation planting. With sturdy stems, it’s also good for cut flower arrangements.

Because Paniculata Hydrangeas bloom on new growth, they tend to flower normally even if the branches have been killed back by frost. Some early afternoon shade is beneficial in hot southern regions. Prune in late winter/early spring. Hydrangeas are at their best in summer and fall.

Attributes

  • You are purchasing one – Proven Winners® Little Lime® Hydrangea – 4” pot
  • About one third the size of Limelight® Hydrangea
  • Can be shipped dormant
  • Note: Images are of mature plants
  • Family: Hydrangea Paniculata ‘Little Lime’
  • Mature Size(H x W) : 3-5’ x 3-5’
  • Soil: Moist, well-drained
  • Hardiness Zone: 3-9
  • Sun Exposure: Filtered to full sun
  • Characteristics: Repeat blooming
  • Suggested Uses: Border, Container, Hedge, Poolside, Woodland Gardens, Foundation Plantings
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Little Lime Hydrangeas
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BarbaravZ
Location: Torrance, California
Date: August 10, 2017
The two plants arrived in 4" pots but were about 20" tall, very gangly and with weak stems. I have repotted them and the leaves have greened up but there is no new growth so far. I am an experienced gardener and have many hydrangeas already growing in my garden. This was probably the wrong time of year to order them. It remains to be seen how they will weather the winter and whether they will put on new growth and fill out next spring. Right now I am a bit worried about them. If they grow well I would give a five star rating!
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