Tardiva Hydrangea

$79.00$99.00

Tardiva Hydrangea has been know to make a privacy screen, hedgerow or in a woodland area. Can grow up to 12 feet but can be kept much smaller by pruning it back in fall or late winter.
Tardiva delivers a unique, open form with large, loose flower heads. The flowers are a snowy white color in midsummer, changing to soft purplish pink as they age—which means it will be changing throughout the season. 

#3 Container
$79.00

4 in stock

#5 Container
$99.00

4 in stock

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Description

The Purchase and Installation* of Any Shrub Includes: (*Click Box above to Add installation)

  • A Shrub Welcome Kit – to be mailed upon purchase
    • Information sheet about the type of shrub you select and how to care for your new shrub
    • White wood location stake
    • Place the stake in the ground where you want the shrub planted
  • The shrub delivered and planted (*Installation)
    • Black Mulch around the root ball
    • Fertilized and watered at time of planting

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We at Grasshopper Gardens guarantee shrub purchased and installed by our trained crew. If you are not satisfied within the first 5 days of the planting of your shrub give us a call so we can make it right. Shrubs and plants are living organisms and require care, maintenance and protection in order to survive, root in and establish properly. Shrubs that do not survive despite receiving the proper care, maintenance and protection within the first year will be considered for a one-time replacement.

Additional information

Botanical Name

Family

Hydrangeaceae

Hardiness Zones

3–8

Mature Height

12'

Mature Spread

less than 10 ft

Light Needs

Full Sun, Partial Sun

Maintenance

Medium

Bloom Time

Mid Summer

Flower Color

White (shades of white)

Type

Deciduous, Flowering

Size

#3 Container, #5 Container

Deer Resistant

Yes