Common Name: Oak Leaf Hydrangea
Description: Hydrangea quercifolia, commonly known as oakleaf hydrangea, is a species of flowering plant that native to the southeastern United States. A deciduous shrub that produces a profusion of panicles with creamy white flowers in late Spring to early Summer. In Autumn the leaves turn a bronze/ red before falling off. Can deal with full sun, but with hot dry summers would prefer dappled shade and moist well drained soil..
Mature Size: 3m (h) x 3m (w)
Position: Full sun - part shade