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Three New Must-Have Hydrangeas

  • May 1, 2019
  • by Tori Clark
  • blooms, hydrangeas, Shrubs,
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Hydrangeas continue to be in the spotlight with new varieties being released every spring and 2019 is no different.  Check out these fantastic new plants and I guarantee you can find a spot in your landscape of at least one!  Don’t forget to use our Plant Finder tool to find more information about these and many more plants Sargent’s as for you.

First Editions ‘Berry White’

Berry White has strong upright stems and large flowers that start out white in July and then slowly turns to dark pink. Prefers sun to part sun growing to 6-7′ tall and  4-5′ wide.

Photo courtesy of  Bailey Nurseries

Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Endless Summer ‘Summer Crush’

Surely you can find a spot for this small hydrangea with HUGE impact.  Growing up to just 3′ tall and wide it is loaded with raspberry pink to violet blooms depending on soil pH.  Summer Crush was bred by Bailey Innovations, is proven to be zone 4 cold hardy and wilt resistant.  Perfect for smaller spaces in full to part sun. 

Photo courtesy of Bailey Innovations

Photo courtesy of Bailey Innovations

Proven Winners Invincibelle Mini Mauvette

Mini Muavette is the same type as the  ‘Annabelle’  hydrangea but has beautiful deep pink-mauve blooms on sturdy stems that won’t flop over.  Blooms from early summer  through first frost making fantastic cut and dried flowers.  Grows best in full to part sun to about  3-4′ tall and about 3′ wide.

Photo courtesy of Proven Winners

Photo courtesy of Proven Winners

Sargent’s has a large assortment of hydrangeas of all sizes, colors and light preferences including these brand new beauties!


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