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  • Mature height: 3 to 6 feet; 3-10' spread
  • Light: Part shade (full sun with consistent moisture)
  • Soil: Moist
  • Bloom: White, May-August
  • Landscape uses: A showy addition to mixed shrub borders; can be massed or grouped in part shade areas.
  • Deer resistant: No
  • Fun fact: The Cherokees used this plant variously as an antiseptic, a stimulant, for stomach problems and to treat burns and sore muscles. (Source: NC State Extension,

Wild Hydrangea--New!

3 Gallons
  • Pollinator value:  Very high.  Attracts honey bees, native bees, bumble bees, butterflies and more,  and is the host plant of the hydrangea sphinx moth.

    Also known as “Hills of Snow,” this showy, fast growing perennial shrub produces flat-topped clusters of delicate, white-to-greenish flowers that appear in May and continue to bloom until August.