Tree & Shrub Club:Ornamental Deciduous Shrubs: Hydrangea
Here are some other interesting cultivars of Hydrangea sp.(Hydrangea) to consider. The three species groups (Smooth, Big Leaf and Panicle) are represented here:
Hydrangea arborescens: Smooth Hydrangea
Annabelle Hydrangea. Large, solid globular heads flower freely on new wood mid-summer until frost. Prune each spring.
’Endless Summer Bella Anna’
Endless Summer Bella Anna Hydrangea. excellent pink flowering arborescens variety with pink flowers
Snowhill Hydrangea. Round blooms in late July turn brown with frost and remain on plant over winter. Prune each April.
Incrediball Hydrangea. An improved Annabelle with strong stems and massive blooms on both new and old wood. A very profilic bloomer midsummer to frost. Blooms emerge lime green and change to white and age to green.
Invincibelle Spirit Hydrangea. Flower emerges dark hot pink and matures to a rich clear pink. Plants bloom non stop until frost. It's the pink version of Annabelle. Blooms on new wood.
The Cityline series of hydrangea that are naturally tight and compact so they don't need to be pruned to stay neat and tidy.
Berlin Big Leaf Hydrangea. Rich deep pink flowers in mid summer.
Mars Big Leaf Hydrangea. Small plant with showy variegated flowers.
Paris Big Leaf Hydrangea. Very dark pink to red flowers in mid summer.
Rio Big Leaf Hydrangea. Early bloomer with large flowers that have an attractive green eye when opening. The flower color ranges from strong blue to purple depending on the availability of aluminum. Compact and tight
Venice Big Leaf Hydrangea. Pink flowers that change to green with age.