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Oakleaf Hydrangea quercifolia Gatsby Star™
Oakleaf Hydrangea quercifolia Gatsby Star™


 
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Native. White Flowers turn pink in fall. Burgundy fall foliage. Fall interest. Native to North America. Blooms on old wood from early summer through late summer.

Uses: landscape
Part sun to sun
Plant in average soil moisture
Height: 72" - 96"
Plant: 72" - 96" apart
Spread: 72" - 96"
Habit: mounded
Growability: easy

Uses:
Landscape

Maintenance Notes:
Best in moist, well-drained soil. May need winter protection in the North.

It's got star power!

Doubled blooms are similar to those of 'Snowflake', but the individual petals are pointed instead of rounded. The result is a beautiful, lacy panicle - and a very showy plant. It's a fun way to add some unexpected drama to woodland gardens.

Gatsby Starâ„¢ Hydrangea quercifolia ''Doughill'' USPP 25,412, Can PBRAF
 

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