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The Oak Leaf Hydrangea
This hydrangea is one of the few hydrangeas native to the United States. It is a white-blooming shrub with four seasons of interest. It blooms best in areas where summers are somewhat hot, but it is winter hardy farther north. A tremendous advantage of the Oakleaf is that it can thrive in much dryer locations than its cousins.
The Oakleaf gets its name from the shape of its beautiful large leaves. These leaves often turn colors of brilliant red, orange, yellow and burgundy in the fall if planted in a sunny location with a little afternoon shade. The Oakleaf hydrangea can tolerate and even thrive in sunny areas.
The Oak Leaf Hydrangea grows to about 4ft to 6ft in overall size.one of the few hydrangeas native to the United States
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