Berry White Hydrangea Tree

Berry White Hydrangea Tree is a hydrangea unlike many others. It will stand at 7′ tall at maturity with a 5′ spread full of breathtakingly large colored flowers. The particular hue you get will depend on soil and climate, just like any other hydrangea, but these will be staring you in the eye as you walk by. Typically, you’ll get a white transitioning to pink but watch to see what you get. They like full sun, but don’t mind a little shade. Be sure to water them if the rain is a little late in the midst of summer. If you would like your soil to be more acidic stop into the garden canter and our associates will help you find a soil acidifier right for you.

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