Everyone loves Oakleaf Hydrangeas with their attractive foliage and flowers. Here is a new quercifolia type that iis dwarf and compact. This new introduction by the U.S. National Arboretum has very dark-green leaves that turn mahogany-red in the fall. The flowers start out white, then turn pink at summer's end, then tan before dropping. Easy to grow with excellent ornamental qualities.
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