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The Hydrangea Quercifolia that I got was the wrong one ...

This is thriving here now, but I really wanted H. Quercifolia "harmony" or "sheep's head" hydrangea in case anyone knows of one for swapping.

This plant took over three years to settle next to Annabelle.The other plant, round the back, under conifers, has also rallied and has produced 5 flower trusses this year, but this is Lancashire in the foot hills of the Pennines. The third plant didn't make it.

I an still looking for Hydrangea Quercilolia 'harmony'.

Comments (1)

  1. Grower

    Jeremy Wright

    Hi Bisi - do you have photos? I've read that H. quercifolia has bright green oak leaf shaped leaves and large white, cone-shaped flowers in summer. In autumn the leaves dramatically turn coral pink and red, and the flowers pale pink then brown. Sounds great. We have Annabelle too, which is prolific. The huge white blooms, like car headlamps, multiply each year.

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