Snow Queen Hydrangea Plant
Snow Queen Hydrangea Plant
Plant Features
Our Snow Queen Hydrangea Plant is an Oakleaf hydrangea, this type of hydrangea tending to bloom best in hot summers and to be winter-hardy further north than mophead hydrangeas. The blooms are noticeably different, having an elongated, spire-shape, as opposed to the round shape on the more common mophead varieties. As the name indicates, this hydrangea blooms white and stays that way, regardless of your soil pH; these blossoms are also held on rigid stems, not susceptible to the after-rain-droops. Snow Queen blooms on old wood. This upright, mounded shrub performs best when pruned right after its blossoms fade for the season.
Plant Needs
Preferred Sunlight: Full Sun to Part Sun (3+ hours)
Preferred Soil Moisture: Moist
Fertilizer Needs: When transplanted and then once every Spring
Tolerates: Clay soil, Sandy soil
Survives Winter in Zones: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Plant Characteristics
Habit: Mounded
Mature Plant Size: 5-feet tall x 6-feet wide
Flower Color: White
Bloom Time: May, June, July
Attracts: Birds
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"Wait and See"

on 11/6/2015 3:07:46 PM

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Comment: I ordered several Snow Queen Oakleaf Hydrangeas from GrowJoy last spring. Now after a full growing season the jury is still out on how well they are performing. None of them have died, which is positive. And all but two of them have grown a significant amount. The only problem is that the leaves look rather ragged and their color is light green to yellow. The plants arrived very healthy, so I believe the quality of the plants from GrowJoy were great. I'm just trying to figure out if they ar... More details

"Beautiful Plants"

on 5/29/2015 11:04:03 AM

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Comment: My Snow Queen Oakleaf Hydrangeas arrived in great condition as they were very well packed. I just planted them, so I haven's seen any new growth, but I will return to post a review once they've grown a bit.