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Twist-n-Shout® Hydrangea | Endless Summer

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About Twist-n-Shout® Hydrangea | Endless Summer

Twist-N-Shout is an exciting new variety of Hydrangea from the Endless Summer Collection. The Twist-N-Shout will re-bloom large beautiful lace cap blooms all summer long. The blooms will range from pink to blue depending on your soils PH. Plant these hydrangeas in the landscape or containers in part shade for best results.

*The Twist-N-Shout 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.*

Twist-n-Shout Hydrangea Spacing Recommendations

Space Your Twist-n-Shout Hydrangea 3 feet apart for a seamless planting. Otherwise, plant your Twist-n-Shout Hydrangea 6+ feet apart to leave space between shrubs.

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Common Name
Twist-n-Shout® Hydrangea | Endless Summer
Scientific Name
Hydrangea macrophylla 'PllHM-1' Twist-N-Shout
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Average Size
3-5' H x 3-4' W
Bloom Season
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6 reviews for Twist-n-Shout® Hydrangea | Endless Summer

  1. Debbie Sineath (verified owner)

    It look real good when it arrived !

  2. Jacque Davis

    great

  3. Jacque Davis

    do not know yet about the plants.

  4. Jacque Davis

    How can I review prior to receiving the plants.

  5. michael.varga211 (verified owner)

    I ordered two and both arrived in excellent shape. Bloomed nicely the first summer in dappled shade. Can’t wait to see what they do in their 2nd year.

  6. John Van Beber

    I was skeptical of ordering plants online, but I will never go to a nursery again. These twist n shout hydrangeas came well packaged and are starting to establish their root system 2 days after being transplanted. Blooms most likely need to be clipped upon delivery as sad as it is because when they are planted their energy needs to go on roots and not blooms.

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