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  • Patricia Mock

    "Little Honey" oakleaf Hydrangea quercifolia 'Little Honey' discovered as a sport of H. 'Pee Wee' in Olympia, Washington in 1999, and just as short—three feet tall.

  • Catherine Skoor

    Hydrangea quercifolia 'Little Honey'. Tiny little thing and look at those golden leaves!

  • Karen K.

    Oakleaf Hydrangea 'Little Honey'

  • Christi Leach

    Hydrangea 'Little Honey' for its lovely foliage, and four-season interest in garden | hydrangea walk

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