The Q&A Archives: Hydrangeas

Question: I understand that you have a hydrangea plant which is longer blooming than in the past and tolerates more sun. If so, what is it?

Answer: The hydrangea is called 'Endless Summer'. Endless Summer is a perpetual flowering big-leaf Hydrangea that blooms virtually all season long. And because Endless Summer can flower repeatedly on new wood, you can be confident that regardless of whether the plant dies back to the crown or is trimmed at the wrong time, you'll still get wonderful flowers that grow all season.

What makes Endless Summer even more appealing is that it is remarkably hardy, even to Zone 4. What's more it's proven to be more mildew resistant than other macrophylla varieties.

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