'Incrediball' Smooth Hydrangea

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Characteristics

Plant Needs

Super-sized flowers!

Incrediball hydrangea will make you say WOW - it's an improved version of the garden classic 'Annabelle' hydrangea, but with strong, sturdy stems that don't flop over and extra-large blooms to boot. White flowers begin to appear in mid-summer and open to enormous snowballs, nearly the size of basketballs! They then age to a lush jade green, which persists through frost. It's a super easy, super reliable North American native that grows in chilly USDA zone 3 all the way up to USDA zone 8/9. Plant Incrediball hydrangea in your landscape and find out for yourself just how big, beautiful, and rewarding it can be.

Top reasons to grow Incrediball hydrangea:

  • Enormous, long-lasting flowers every summer
  • Strong, sturdy stems keeps blooms showy and upright
  • Easy to grow native shrub
  • Best Seller
  • Native to North America 

As seen in our "Prodigy" magazine ad.

 

Characteristics

Plant Type:

Shrub

Height Category:

Medium

Garden Height:

48 - 60 Inches

Spacing:

60 - 72 Inches

Spread:

48 - 60 Inches

Foliage Colors:

Green

Flower Colors:

White

Foliage Shade:

Dark green

Habit:

Mounded

Container Role:

Thriller

Plant Needs

Light Requirement:

Part Sun to Sun, Sun

Maintenance Category:

Easy

Bloom Time:

Early Summer, Late Summer, Mid Summer

Hardiness Zones:

3a, 3b, 4a, 4b, 5a, 5b, 6a, 6b, 7a, 7b, 8a

Water Category:

Average

Uses:

Cut Flower, Dried Flower, Landscape

Light Requirement: 

The optimum amount of sun or shade each plant needs to thrive: Full Sun (6+ hours), Part Sun (4-6 hours), Full Shade (up to 4 hours).

Uses Notes: 

Landscapes, naturalizing, hedges, perennial gardens. Also makes a very dramatic cut flower.

Maintenance Notes: 

For the biggest, most abundant blooms and strongest stems, plant where it gets at least six hours of sun each day (warmer climates can get away with a bit less). A good layer of shredded bark mulch helps minimize water loss.

As for pruning, cut the entire plant back by about one-third its total height each spring, just as the new growth begins to emerge on stems. This serves to build up a strong, supportive, woody base while also encouraging abundant new growth for plenty of flowers. 

If you wish to fertilize, an application of a rose fertilizer in early spring, once the soil has thawed, is sufficient. 

Incrediball®Hydrangeaarborescens'Abetwo'USPP 20,571, Can 4,166

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