Hydrangea Quercifolia Oak leaf

Summer color

Summer color

Fall color

Fall color

…Is the newest addition to my garden, and I just love it. One of the few hydrangeas’ native to the United States, the oak leaf has a white bloom in the summer and generates four seasons of interest with its various colored leaves and blooms.
Equally as lovely in the fall as in the summer, the summer’s large white blooms and green leaves give way to multi-colors shades of yellow, red, brown and burgundy foliage, with the bloom turning shades of purple.
The Oak leaf’s bloom has two forms: single and double. Its name comes from the large shape of the leaves; they thrive in sunny locations and grow rapidly without much water or help from the gardener. Check out my new favorite plant this summer…

About Diana Lapins

Diana is an interior designer with over 28 years of experience in the interior design profession. She has been actively renovating residential homes since 1994, and is currently on her 6th home renovation project. More

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