Hydrangea quercifolia 'Ruby Slippers'
Oak Leaf Hydrangea
Introduced by the U.S. National Arboretum. Giant 10" white flowers emerge in late spring then transition to pink and finally ruby-red by summer. Oak leaf-like foliage is deeply-lobed and will turn dark burgundy in fall. Exfoliating bark stays attractive in winter.
- · Known for huge showy flowers
- · Changing flower color in season
- · Grows best in moist soils
One of the most impressive Hydrangea flowers you'll ever see! Huge 15" long cone-shaped flowers start to appear in July. Initially they are light green in color but then transition to white and then pink in fall. Upright and sturdy stems, so blossoms won't flop.
|Item #||Pack||Size||Avail Units||Avail Plants|
||25||2.75"||SOLD OUT||SOLD OUT||Login for Pricing|
|•||Morning Sun / Afternoon Shade|
Soil Moisture Needs
|•||Good Cut Flower / Foliage|
Season of Interest (Flowering)
|•||Late Summer / Early Fall|
Season of Interest (Foliage)