Glory Blue Hydrangeas develop pale lilac-blue mophead blooms in summer. The leaves of Glory Blue are pale green and glossy with serrated edges. Hydrangeas are a great source of summer color in your garden, and also make great cut arrangements.
*The Glory Blue Hydrangea is a deciduous/semi-evergreen plant and will go dormant during the winter months. When this plant is ordered during the Fall/Winter expect seasonal foliage decline(discoloration, spots, leaf drop) or the plant to arrive completely dormant.*
For a seamless planting, plant your Glory Blue Hydrangea 6 feet apart. Space them 7+ feet apart for gaps between plants.