Native Hydrangea arborescens found by our friend, plantsman Hayes Jackson in Anniston, AL and shared by him with South Carolina nurseryman Ted Stephens from whom we got it. As the photos show the white, cascading flowers in late spring or early summer are comprised of multiple sterile sepals on a small growing plant. In our experience it requires excellent drainage and partial shade. Height to 3 feet. Zones 4 - 9.
The 4" square pot is a 1 year old rooted cutting and is only available for spring planting.
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