top of page


Awesome, small ornamental tree. Flowers from Summer to Fall. Prefers full sun. Cut back vigorously every year to maintain desired size. Grafted

Upright clusters of white flowers mature to chartreuse before turning rose-mauve in late summer and fading to beige in fall. Brilliant red fall foliage color. Great accent or specimen plant. 

Please note: 

All cut flowers do better in clean water, so it's important to change the water every two to three days, particularly if it starts to look cloudy. Cloudy water indicates the presence of bacteria, which will prohibit the hydrangeas from taking in water.

Follow the same instructions you used when originally preparing your hydrangea cut flowers.Empty the vase, clean it out and refill with warm water enhanced with sugar, floral preservative and bleach as previously noted. Smash the stems open, place in warm water and then put the hydrangea in the vase.


Hydrangeas love hydration.

Limelight hydrangeas


Subscribe Form

Stay up to date

Thanks for submitting!