Annabelle Hydrangea

Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle'

The Annabelle Hydrangea is renowned for its spectacular large, round, white flowers that bloom profusely from early summer to fall. Starting to bud in late May, this shrub can produce flower heads measuring up to 12 inches in diameter, creating a stunning visual impact. It is extremely hardy and can recover from severe pruning, making it ideal for colder climates like Wisconsin. Annabelle is perfect for mass plantings or as a standout specimen in a shady garden spot, providing a lush, soft texture to the landscape.

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