Hydrangeas are a large part of our growing operation. At a separate location in Mattapoisett, we produce containerized Hydrangeas in 3, 5, 7, 10 and 15 gallon containers with a focus on remontant (flowering on new wood) varieties such as Penny Mac, Endless Summer and Proven Winners Varieties. We also grow many older varieties such as Nikko Blue that have stood the test of time and perform well in our climate. Panicle, Climbing and Oakleaf Hydrangeas are also offered.
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Hydrangea anomala var. petiolaris. Better known as climbing hydrangea.
An elegant vine with glossy dark green leaves and white lacecap flowers in June. Very nice climbing on a tree or a brick wall. Also can be utilized as a groundcover. Slow to establish but can grow to 30’ once established.
Hydrangea arborescens ‘Annabelle’. H. arborescens produce flowers on new growth. In fact, many gardners cut ‘Annabelle’ back severely each spring to encourage dense growth and increase flowering. Giant white flowers measure up to 10” across. Can be grown in zones 3 and 4 where H. macrophylla will not reliably flower. Grows to 6-7’ tall.
Hydrangea arborescens ‘Incrediball’. A Proven Winners Color Choice variety. Very similar to H. Annabelle with larger flowers and strong upright stems.
Hydrangea arborescens ‘Incrediball Blush’ A Proven Winners Color Choice variety. Large blush-pink blooms on sturdy stems. Flowers age to green. Grows 4-5’ tall.
Hydrangea arborescens ‘Invincibelle Limetta’. A Proven Winners Color Choice variety. A small mounded variety with dark green foliage and round flower heads that emerge lime green, lighten to soft greenish-white then age to green again. Grows to 2-1/2’-3’.
Hydrangea arborescens ‘Invincibelle Mini Mauvette’. A Proven Winners Color Choice variety. Similar to Invincibelle Limetta but with mauve-purple flower heads. Compact mounded habit to 3’ tall.
A Proven Winners Color Choice variety. The first red flowered H.arborescens. Dark red buds open to two toned ruby-red and silver-pink blooms. A strong rebloomer if cut back after first bloom. Compact habit to 3-4′
Hydrangea arborescens ‘Invincibelle Wee White’. A Proven Winners Color Choice variety. A very dwarf hydrangea growing to about 2′ tall and wide. Blooms emerge a soft pink then turn to white and age to green. Will rebloom if cut back after first bloom.
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘All Summer Beauty’. A very reliable hydrangea here in southeastern Massachusetts. Sky-blue flowers are produced on a vigorously growing shrub that will reach about 6 feet in height. This hydrangea shows some ability to produce flowers on new wood, so some repeat flowering occurs all summer long!
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Alpenglow’. One of the best and most reliable varieties we grow. Shiny deep green foliage on a compact full plant. Produces abundant red mophead blooms. Flowers will be purple in acid soils or if aluminum sulfate is added. Grows to 3-4′ tall and wide.
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Ayesha’. Sometimes called tha popcorn hydrangea because the open blooms resemble partially open popcorn kernels. A vigorous grower with glossy green foliage. A bit on the tender side as flowers are produced only on the terminal buds and these can be damaged by frosts. Plant in warmer protected areas.
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Blue Wave’ . A classic cool blue lacecap hydrangea with glossy green foliage. A vigorous grower to about 5′ tall. Will grow quite wide if given space.
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Early Sensation’. A Great Scapes favorite! Compact growing to 4′. In New England soils Early Sensation produces vibrant blue flowers over clean heavy textured foliage. Blooms tend to be a little flatter than most macrophyllas. It has proven to be a very reliable hydrangea.
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Bailmer’ ‘Endless Summer’ Plant Pat. # 15298. This is the plant that revolutionized the hydrangea world. Discovered by plantsman Michael Dirr it has the ability to continuously produce blooms on new growth. Regardless of severe winters or late frosts it will always produce flowers. Several other hydrangeas have since been discovered that share this reblooming trait.
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Endless Summer Bloomstruck’. Our favorite Endless Summer Hydrangea and certainly the strongest rebloomer. Parentage includes both H. macrophylla and H. serrata. The H. serrata give this plant better cold hardiness than any other macrophylla variety. Even if killed to the ground it will be heavily budded by late summer. Flower color varies from deep rose to violet-blue depending on soil acidity. Grows to 4′ and seems to sppreciate a little late day shade.
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Endless Summer Twist and Shout’. A real rebloomimg powerhouse. Provides blue lace-cap blooms right up until frost. Seems to suffer some dieback each winter but makes up for it with spectacular fall performance. 3-4′ tall and wide. Red stems add interest.
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Enziandom’. Also known as Gentian Dome. The most vivid blue hydrangea we grow. Unfortunately not as bud hardy as other macrophyllas. Does well in well protected sites. Tends to be weak stemmed in a container but is a real showstopper when established in the landscape. Grows to about 4′ tall and wide.
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Everlasting Revolution’. One of a series of reblooming hydrangeas from Plants Nouveau. Revolution is a compact mophead with blue flowers, (in acid soils), Grows to only 2-3′ tall and wide. The Everlasting Hydrangeas all have flowers that change color as they age staying attractive for months. Hopefully this plant is as good as advertised. A dwarf, reblooming blue mophead will be a welcome addition to our collection. (Limited availability summer 2013).
We will also have limited availability of ‘Everlasting Jade’, ‘Everlasting Garnet’ and ‘Everlasting Amethyst’
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Everlasting Amethyst’. Our favorite of the Everlasting series of hydrangeas. Very sturdy stems and foliage. produces large pink or violet-blue blooms mixed with green highlights. Flowers have good substance and age to reddish-pink with green highlights and eventually to lime green. Grows 2-3′ tall and wide.
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Forever Pink’. This is a compact growing hydrangea with nice shiny dark green foliage. Bright pink mophead flowers adorn the plant from early summer through fall. Mature size about 3′ tall by 3′ wide.
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Hortensis Compacta’. A bit of a mystery in the industry. A plant that is remembered by many but hard to find. More compact than the typical mophead with smaller flowers. Color varies from pink to purplish. A 10 year old plant here at the nursery is just over 3′ tall and is covered with both pink and purple flowers each year. Prone to leaf spot so best grown with good air circulation and not under overhead irrigation.
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Let’s Dance Blue Jangles’. A Proven Winners Color Choice Variety.
A compact reblooming hydrangea growing to about 2′ Blue mophead blooms in acid soils. Has not proven to be as strong a rebloomer as advertised but still a nice compact plant for a tight spot.
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Let’s Dance Rave’. A Proven Winner Color Choice Variety.
A good rebloomer. Blooms range from deep pink in alkaline soils to deep violet-purple in acid soils. A compact plant to about 3′
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Let’s Dance Rhythmic Blue’. A Proven Winners Color Choice Variety.
A real winner in our experience. Strong reblooming and vigorous growth habit. Advertised at 1-2′ tall but we think it will reach closer to 3′ at least. Very sturdy stems and strong flowers.
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Masja’. A very reliable variety with nice deep green foliage and deep red or purple mophead blooms. One of our best performers. Grows to 4′ tall.
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Mathilda Gutges’. A favorite of our friends at Hydrangea Farm Nursery on Nantucket. A medium growing hydrangea that produces deep blue, ( in acid soils), mophead flowers. Does best in a sheltered spot with a bit of shade. A real blooming machine if it is properly sited.
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Nikko Blue’. A time tested favorite here in souteastern Massachusetts. Sky blue mophead flowers on a vigorous plant with pale green foliage. Great at the seashore. A very reliable bloomer. Grows to 6′ tall
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Penny Mac’. Discovered by Penny MacHenry who was a founder of the American Hydrangea Society. Very similar to ‘Endless Summer’ in habit. Hydrangea breeders are having good luck with Penny Mac crosses and we will be seeing some great new hydrangeas introduced from Penny Mac parentage in the coming years.
Hydrangea serrata ‘Coreula Lace’. This is also known locally as the ‘Nantucket Lacecap’ hydrangea. A common sight on Cape Cod and the Islands, this vigorous grower blooms prolifically from summer through fall. Flowers may be pink but are usually blue in acid New England soils. Upright habit to 6′ tall.
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Bobo’. A Proven Winners Color Choice Variety. A petite plant covered in white flowers in summer. Great for containers or small gardens.
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Firelight’. A Proven Winners Color Choice Variety. Sturdy upright habit. Blooms emerge pure white and transition through pink to rich pomegranite-red. Grows 4-6′ tall
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Limelight’. A Proven Winners/Color Choice variety. Lime-green cone shaped flowers produced aplenty on a very vigorous shrub growing to 6-8′ Very easy to grow even in zone 3 and 4. Trim in spring for fuller growth.
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Little Lamb’. A Proven Winners Color Choice variety. A sweet new compact hardy Hydrangea from Jelena DeBelder of Belgium. Little Lamb is unique because it’s flower petals are the smallest of any Hydrangea. These diminutive little flowers are held in tight but delicate little flower heads that look like little dancing lambs floating above this compact shrub. This special shrub blooms in mid-summer and last into autumn. Flowers fade to shades of antique pinks and purples. One of our favorites. Grows to 5-
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Little Lime’. A new dwarf form of the ever popular ‘Limelight’ hydrangea, Little Lime sports the same great flowers and coloration as ‘Limelight’ but in a smaller package. At one third the size of traditional hardy hydrangeas, this new variety fits well into any landscape. Summer flowers open soft green and turn pink and burgundy in fall.
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Little Quickfire’. A Proven Winners Color Choice Variety. A smaller version of ‘Quickfire’ hydrangea which is our favorite panicle hydrangea. Flowers emerge about a month earlier than any other paniculata. Blooms open pure white and age to deep pink. Grows to 3′
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Phantom’ A fantastic new paniculata. Immense white flowers on a vigorous shrub. Grows to 7-8′. Huge flowers up to to 18″ in length fade to shade of pink and purple.
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Pinky Winky’. A Proven Winners/Color Choice variety. Pinky Winky has an unusual name, and an even more unusual flower. The large white panicles open in mid to late summer, and as summer turns to fall the florets at the base of the panicles turn pink. The flower panicles continue to grow, producing new white florets at the tip. The result is spectacular two-toned flower panicles that can reach up to 16 inches in length! Grows to 6-7′ tall.
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Quickfire’. A Proven Winners Color Choice Variety. Our favorite paniculata hydrangea. Blooms abouit a month earlier than any othe paniculata. Flower emerge pure white then age to deep pink. New flowers may appear giving the shrub a bi-color appearance. Very rugged plant. Grows to 5-6′ tall. Hard pruning each spring will control height.
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Zinfin Doll’. A Proven Winners CVolor Choice Variety. Much like ‘Pinky Winky’, but taller with fuller blooms. Flowers emerge white then turn pink from the bottom up eventually turning dark red-pink. 6-8′
Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Munchkin’. A U.S. Arboretum introduction. Dense, compact habit. White blooms appear in early summer and age to pink. Mahogany fall foliage color. Grows to 3-4′
Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Sikes Dwarf’. A dwarf mounded cultivar. Small white flowers fade to pink and redish brown by autumn. Distinctive deeply lobed foliage turnze bronze and purple in fall. Grows to 3-4′
Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Ruby Slippers’. A smaller growing oakleaf hydrangea to about 4′. Large white flowers age to a rose color and are held upright. Mahogany-red fall color. A Great Scape favorite!
Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Snow Queen’. Large tight white flowers are held upright and fade to light pink. Leathery foliage turns a burgundy color in fall. Grows to 7-10′ tall.
Hydrangea serrata ‘Tiny Tuff Stuff’. A Proven Winners Color Choice Variety. A smaller version of H. Tuff Stuff. A petite plant with delicate double blooms. Leans towards blue in acid soils. Very bud hardy. We have had it bloom even in winters when most other bigleaf hydrangeas were severely winter damaged. Grows to about 2′
Hydrangea serrata ‘Tuff Stuff’. A Proven Winners Color Choice Variety. As its name implies this is one tough hydrangea. Very cold hardy buds and reblooming habit. Semi-double florets open witha creamy coloration before turning pink or blue. Grows to about 3′
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Tuff Stuff Red’. A proven Winners Color Choice Variety. Similar to original Tuff Stuff but with flowers that open creme color and turn to deep pink or purple in acid soils. A nice plant but not really red as advertised. Grows to 3′