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Limetta® Invincibelle Hydrangea

Hydrangea arborescens 'NCHA8' (PP# 30,431)

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Limetta® Invincibelle Hydrangea

Hydrangea arborescens 'NCHA8' (PP# 30,431)

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Botanical Name

Hydrangea arborescens 'NCHA8' (PP# 30,431)

Outdoor Growing zone

3-8

Mature Height

3-4

Mature Width

3-4

Sun needs

Full Sun, Partial Sun

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The Invincibelle Limetta® Hydrangea is an improved form of the old-fashioned ‘Annabelle’ hydrangea, and a big improvement on it. It has a compact habit, to just 3 or 4 feet tall and broad, with many sturdy upright stems, each topped with a large dome of blooms. These begin lime-green, and then turn white. Later they become jade-green, lasting for months in the garden, and they can also be hung up to dry as winter decorations. This bush is hardy even in zone 3, and always a reliable bloomer. Grow it around your home, out in your garden beds, along wooded areas, or as an edging on a driveway or along a fence.

  • Big domes of long-lasting blooms on upright stems
  • Compact bush with many stems
  • Flowers begin lime-green and then turn white
  • Jade-green in late summer and fall
  • Blooms perfectly even in zone 3

The Invincibelle Limetta® Hydrangea will grow in full sun in cooler zones, and with afternoon shade in zones 7 and 8. It also grows in partial shade. Moist, well-drained soil is needed, and this plant is not drought resistant, so keep it well watered. Mulch will help conserve moisture, especially when growing in full sun. Pests and diseases are normally never a problem, and a simple pruning in early spring is all that is needed to grow this fabulous plant. It normally needs no staking to keep the flowers upright.

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