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Why is it called oakleaf Hydrangea?
As the leaf looks like an oak tree tree leaf . the oakleafs have very big oak like leaves.
How big do oakleaf hydrangeas get?
Oakleaf hydrangeas (Hydrangea quercifolia) can grow up to 4 to 8 feet in height and spread. However, their size can vary depending on the specific cultivar and growing conditions.
Do oakleaf hydrangeas lose leaves in winter?
Oakleaf hydrangeas are deciduous plants, meaning they lose their leaves during winter. The leaves typically turn a beautiful burgundy color before falling off.
How long do oak leaf hydrangeas live?
Oakleaf hydrangeas can live for several decades with proper care. They have a lifespan of 20 to 30 years on average.
Where does oakleaf hydrangea grow best?
Oakleaf hydrangeas grow best in moist, well-drained soil. They are native to the southeastern United States.
When should I prune oakleaf hydrangea?
Oakleaf hydrangeas should be pruned after the blooms, preferably after consulting a specialist.
What is the color of oakleaf hydrangea flowers?
Oakleaf hydrangeas are generally white in color, but some ( Ruby slippers hydrangea ) turn brown as they age..
What does the bloom look like?
The flowers of oakleaf hydrangeas are generally panicle shape / cone shape.
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