Little Honey Dwarf Oakleaf Hydrangea
Hydrangea quercifolia 'little honey' PP 15477
'Little Honey’ is a compact spreading cultivar that typically matures to 3-4' tall and to 4-5' wide. Showy, deeply-lobed, somewhat coarse, oak-shaped leaves (to 4-7" long) emerge golden yellow in spring, retain good golden color well into summer, gradually fade to chartreuse and then green by early fall before finishing the year with a blast of crimson red fall color. Cone-shaped flower panicles (to 5" long) consisting of mostly showy sterile white sepals bloom primarily in early summer (June-July) with some sporadic continued bloom through late summer into fall. Flowers acquire pink tones as they age. Stems turn red in winter.Great for use in flower gardens, as a specimen plant, flowering hedges, shade gardens, or large container gardening.
Height : 3-4 Feet Width : 4-5 Feet
Exposure : Full sun to shade
Hardiness Zones : 5-9