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Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle' - 1/2 gal (8" tall)

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Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle' Smooth Hydrangea Flower Color White. Turns green over time. Flower Size 1-3 inches Bloom Time July, August, September Foliage Leaf. Serrated. Opposite, simple dark green leaves. Plant type Deciduous, Shrub Habit and Form Arching, Upright/Vase-shaped, Mounding Height 2-4 feet Spread 4-8 feet Water Requirements Average moisture, Ample moisture Light Requirements Part Sun/Part Shade Soil Conditions Acid, High fertility, Well-drained, Moderately Fertile Additional Features Plants to attract wildlife Additional Comments Notes. Suckers, blooms on new wood and can be pruned severely. Horticultural Uses Hedge, Specimen Great Plant Pick GPP - Shrub. (GPP) is an educational plant awards program of outstanding plants for the maritime Pacific Northwest. To date, over 800 exceptional plants have been selected for gardeners living west of the Cascade Mountain range from Eugene, Oregon to Vancouver, British Columbia. Award Winner RHS Award of Garden Merit

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