Oakleaf First Editions® JetStream™ Hydrangea 1 pc.
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JetStream Hydrangea ups the ante with this brand new Oakleaf Hydrangea. Oakleaf Hydrangea is beloved for its huge panicles of flowers and beautifully lobed foliage that resembles the leaves of an oak tree. What makes JetStream superior is that it has exceptionally strong stems to support its huge flowers allowing them to stand upright and never flop. This new oakleaf touts vast improvements over its brethren and truly showcases 4 seasons of interest. It's marked by its noteworthy orange-scarlet color-chaning foliage in autumn that closely resembles that of a giant oak tree.
|Botanical Name:||Hydrangea quercifolia||Common Name:||Oakleaf Hydrangea||Hardiness Zone:||5-8: Cold Tolerance: -20F||Sun Shade:||Full Sun||SKU:||R67200 / Perennial||Bloom Time:||Summer to Fall- 2nd Season||Cultivar:||JetStream (white turning to deep red in fall)||HT/WD:||5-6 ft / 4-5 ft, space 4 feet apart||Uses:||Plant a row or mass of them for a quick woodland garden effect, specimen or focal point, as a hedge, corner softener, back of the perennial garden or border||Growing Guides:||Oakleaf Jetstream Hydrangea||Ships:||1 gallon pot||Shipping Schedule:||Zone Map|
Flowers emerge as an angelic white and gradually age to red. It is a densely growing, compact Oakleaf Hydrangea maxing out at about 5’ tall and wide, whereas many older varieties can grow 10’ tall and wide. JetStream is now more versatile than ever, perfect for creating a wonderful flowering hedge, along the side of the home, mixed with other shrubs or in your perennial garden. Rich dark green foliage remains lustrous, never getting the rust that commonly destroys the look of many other hydrangeas. It will even turn a brilliant orange-red in fall.
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Oakleaf varieties produce blooms on old wood, so it is best to prune these types shortly after blooming and before August to be safe. If these stems creating the buds for next season are pruned and removed in early fall, then there is a high likelihood that you will have significantly fewer flowers if any the next summer. Please remember that pruning is completely different than simply removing spent blooms or dead wood. You can always simply remove any dead wood that exists in early spring once the plant has emerged and began to produce green foliage. This will help clean the plant up a bit from the winter season.