DMC Hardy Hydrangeas are available for purchase in the early spring (in time for Easter and Passover) and late spring (in time for Mother’s Day).
Hydrangeas are deciduous shrubs valued for their long-lasting, intensely colored large flowers. Grown in shades of pink, white, (and even wonderful shades of blue if given the proper soil conditions), hydrangeas are one of the best flowers for drying.
At the Drew Mathieson Center, we select Hydrangea varieties that are hardy to our area, meaning that they can be planted outdoors and will thrive year after year if given the proper growing conditions. Once the ground thaws, the hydrangeas can be planted in the landscape.
With proper site selection, sound planting techniques, and a little bit of love, these hydrangeas should provide years of enjoyment in your landscape.
Blue Merrit Hydrangea
A prolific variety with indigo to rose-purple flowers. Sturdy and well rounded, it makes a great accent piece in the landscape.
Height: 20″ – 24″