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Are you planning to add hydrangea trees to your garden? 🔎 Look no further than Pixies Gardens! We boast a diverse selection of hydrangea shrub trees for sale, allowing you to enhance your outdoor space with their outstanding looks. 

If you're wondering, "How big does a hydrangea tree get?" or "How tall do hydrangea trees get?" Rest assured, our mature hydrangea shrubs can reach impressive heights. With our range of options, you can choose the perfect size for your gardening needs. 

Curious about how to plant a hydrangea tree or how to grow a hydrangea tree successfully? 🌿 Our team of knowledgeable experts is on hand to offer guidance and advice every step of the way. Whether you're a seasoned gardener or just starting out, we're here to ensure your garden thrives. 

With the convenience of our online store, you can easily purchase your hydrangea tree from the comfort of your home and have it delivered directly to your doorstep. Experience the best-in-the-industry service for your own garden today. Explore our collection and completely change your outdoors with the beauty of hydrangeas. 

 

📖 History & Origin 

These shrubs are also known as hydrangea shrub trees or hydrangea macrophylla. They are renowned for their spectacular flower heads and are a beloved addition to gardens worldwide. The genus Hydrangea comprises over 70 species, primarily native to East Asia and the Americas. The earliest records of hydrangeas date back to ancient China and Japan, where they were known for their exceptional beauty. 

European explorers and botanists first encountered hydrangeas during their expeditions to East Asia in the 18th century. Hydrangeas began to garner attention in North America during the 19th century, when they were imported as ornamental plants. During the growing season, hydrangeas benefit from regular watering to keep the soil moist. This was a major factor in the evolution and migration of these trees. 

 

🌳 Optimal Conditions for Cultivating a Mature Hydrangea Tree 

Before you start searching for hydrangea trees for sale, here is the information you should go through before planting any type of hydrangea. All types of hydrangea varieties and hydrangea bushes are available at Pixies Gardens. So, if your garden needs any additional requirements before planting hydrangea shrub, these details might be helpful: 

Parameter 

Details 

Family 

Hydrangeaceae 

Growth Habit 

Deciduous shrub tree 

Height 

Varies by cultivar, typically 1.5 to 6 meters (5 to 20 feet tall) 

Lifespan 

20 to 50 years in optimal conditions 

Hardiness Zones 

USDA Zones 3 to 9 (varies by cultivar) 

Temperature (F) 

Optimal growth between 60°F to 80°F (15°C to 27°C) 

pH Range 

5.5 to 6.5 (slightly acidic to neutral) 

Sun Exposure 

Partial shade to full sun (morning sun preference) 

Watering Needs 

Regular watering in drained soil, especially during dry periods. Keep soil moist but not waterlogged. 

Pruning Requirements 

Annual pruning to remove dead or weak branches and to shape the tree. Prune after flowering. 

Flowering Season 

Spring to summer 

Flower Color 

Varies by cultivar, including blue, pink, purple, and white 

Fruit Ripening Season 

Late summer to fall 

Fruit Color 

In some varieties, the sepals change color with pH, from pink in alkaline soils to blue in acidic soils. 

Propagation Methods 

Softwood cuttings, layering of small tree (dwarf trees), or division of bare root ball 

Pests and Diseases 

Susceptible to aphids, spider mites, and powdery mildew. Dig a hole for proper air circulation and hygiene can prevent diseases. 

Harvesting Time 

Not applicable (hydrangea trees are primarily ornamental and do not produce edible fruit) 

Fertilizer Information 

Apply a balanced, slow release fertilizer in spring before new growth appears. Repeat every 4 to 6 weeks during the growing season. Use fertilizer formulated for acid-loving plants. Avoid excessive nitrogen, as it can affect flower color. 

 

 

💮 Additional Characteristics & Information 

  • Pollination: Hydrangea trees are primarily ornamental and do not produce edible fruit. However, some cultivars may produce small, inconspicuous fruit capsules. Insects and wind are typically responsible for pollinating plants. 
  • Fruit Varieties: While hydrangeas hydrangea are not grown for their fruit, there are various cultivars prized for their unique flower characteristics, including color, size, and shape. Popular varieties include lacecap hydrangeas, mophead hydrangeas, and panicle hydrangeas. 
  • Uses: Hydrangea flowers are mainly valued for their ornamental beauty and are commonly used in floral arrangements and landscaping. Additionally, dried hydrangea flowers can be preserved and used in crafts and decorations. 
  • Health Benefits: While hydrangea trees do not offer edible fruit, their flowers are non-toxic and safe for most people. However, caution should be exercised, as some individuals may experience skin irritation upon contact with hydrangea sap. 
  • Drought Tolerance: Hydrangea trees prefer moist, well-drained soil and benefit from regular watering, especially during dry periods. While they can tolerate brief periods of drought once established, prolonged drought conditions may lead to stress and reduced flowering. 
  • Commercial Cultivation: Hydrangea trees are widely cultivated for ornamental purposes in gardens, parks, and landscapes worldwide. Major producers include nurseries and horticultural businesses catering to homeowners, landscapers, and floral designers. 

 

🪻Varieties & Types of Hydrangea Available at Pixies Gardens

Explore our assortment and find the perfect hydrangea variety to add beauty and charm to your garden. Discover the world of hydrangeas with our diverse selection of varieties and types available at Pixies Gardens!

 

💡 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)  

  1. When should you plant a hydrangea shrub tree?

Hydrangea shrub trees are best planted during the early spring or fall seasons. Planting during these times allows the tree to establish its roots before the onset of extreme temperatures. In cooler climates, early spring planting is ideal to give the tree ample time to establish itself before the heat of summer. In warmer regions, fall planting can be advantageous as it allows the tree to establish roots during the milder temperatures of autumn, promoting healthier growth the following spring. 

  1. Where is the best place to plant a hydrangea?

The best place to plant a hydrangea tree is in a location with well-drained soil and partial shade. While hydrangeas can tolerate full sun in cooler climates, they prefer dappled sunlight or morning sun and afternoon shade, especially in hotter regions. Additionally, planting hydrangeas in sheltered areas, protected from strong winds, can help prevent damage to their delicate blooms. It's important to consider the mature size of the hydrangea tree and provide adequate spacing to accommodate its growth without overcrowding. 

  1. Do hydrangea trees grow back every year?

Hydrangea trees are deciduous shrubs, meaning they lose their leaves in the winter and regrow them in the spring. While the woody framework of the tree remains, the foliage and flowers are renewed each year. Proper pruning can encourage healthy regrowth and promote abundant flowering. However, it's essential to note that some varieties of hydrangea trees bloom on old wood (previous year's growth) while others bloom on new wood (current season's growth). Understanding the specific pruning requirements for each cultivar can ensure optimal blooming each year. 

  1. How big does a hydrangea shrub tree get?

The size of a hydrangea shrub tree can vary depending on the cultivar and growing conditions. Generally, hydrangea trees can range from 1.5 to 6 meters (5 to 20 feet) in height at maturity. Some dwarf varieties may remain more compact, while larger cultivars can reach greater heights. It's important to consider the space available in your garden and select a cultivar that fits the desired size requirements. 

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