Hydrangea macrophylla 'Glam Rock' (Horwack). This variety is one of the most eye catching hydrangeas available. The rounded flower heads are formed by dozens of red florets with blue centres, each petal tipped with an extraordinary shade of lime green. Found as a chance seedling, this variety is repeat flowering producing a second flush of flowers later in the season. As with many varieties, 'Glam Rock' produces varied colour tones depending on the soil pH. Hardy shrub. Height and spread…
TOP 10 Tips on How to Plant, Grow and Care for Hydrangeas
Hydrangeas are one of the most popular perennial garden shrubs, mostly due to their mesmerizing big flowers in pink, white ot blue color and nice foliage, even in autumn. They add a vintage charm to any garden. But they are not only beautiful, they are also easy to care for. What makes them fascinating is the ability to change the color of the flowers.
'Little Lamb' has the smallest and most delicate flowers of any hydrangea. Hardy from zones 3 to 9, this hydrangea offers white flowers that turn pink in the fall. Growing 4 to 6 feet in height, this shrub serves as a perfect border plant.
'Fire Light' will become the new standard to measure all hardy hydrangeas against. Upright panicles are packed with florets that transform from pure white to rich pomegranate-pink. Its thick, sturdy stems look just as great in containers as they do in the garden. 'Fire Light' will reach nearly 3 feet in height, and is hardy to zone 3.