Commonly referred to as the Oakleaf hydrangea for its oak tree shaped leaves but hydrangea like qualities. This hydrangea is a larger growing hydrangea (although there are a few compact cultivars) that does especially well in hot, humid areas. Blooms are conical and creamy white in color and we believe most prolific in areas with drastic temperature changes. These hardy plants are native to the United States and are pollinator friendly. The best feature is when cool weather triggers the leaves turning rusty red for a wonderful season finale. Hardy to zone 5 through 9 and bloom late spring through fall.