Alice Oakleaf Hydrangea
Hydrangea quercifolia 'Alice'
Mature Height: 10 to 12 ft.
Mature Spread: 12 to 15 ft.
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Alice Oakleaf Hydrangea is among the largest of the oakleaf hydrangea cultivars. Coming in at 12-15 ft. wide and 8-10 feet tall a mature Alice hydrangea is a sight to behold. very large conical flowers drape this hydrangea mid-summer through fall. Due to its large size it is very well suited for border plantings and natural screening.
The oakleaf hydrangea - Hydrangea quercifolia - is a very versatile plant. This beautiful native shrub has a wonderful form and appearance that can be used in many landscape needs. If you are looking for a stand-alone shrub to highlight a garden or if you need multiple shrubs planted for a border the oakleaf hydrangea will perform. In the summer you will get large conical shaped flower clusters. These tiny flowers are a showy cream or white that will age to various pinks as summer turns to autumn. This shrub is also selected for its large oak shaped leaves that is unique to the hydrangea family. The oakleaf foliage has a nice dark green color that makes the white blooms pop through the summer and turns burgundy or dark purple in the fall. Oakleaf Hydrangea can be planted from shade to full sun, so for gardeners in need of a versatile and beautiful shrub it is an excellent choice.
|Burgundy, purple, orange, yellow, and red
|Genus & Species:
|Hydrangea quercifolia 'Alice'
|10 to 12 ft.
|12 to 15 ft.
|Adaptable, but prefers moist, but well draining soil that is rich in organic matter
|Full sun; Partial sun; Partial shade
|5 to 9
General care for any tree or shrub is easy, but like any living thing will require your attention. Please educate yourself and follow these simple rules.
Arrived very fast and in perfect condition. Plant looks very healthy and is thriving, will definitely order from nursery again!
Overall, great experience buying from New Blooms. Their website is great. I got my Oakleaf Hydrangea in a secure box. The plant itself came without leaves, and its roots wrapped in moist paper. It didn't seem right at first because II'm used to other sellers sending it in big box with the plant with leaves, and potted. Anyway, after only a week in the ground, my Hydrangea is now growing leaf buds and looks healthy. Thank you!
Still waiting to see how the plant does. It's been a couple weeks and still no growth.