Introducing: Hydrangea quercifolia Tara. Bred by Tara Bivin via PDSI (USA), this spectacular Hydrangea quercifolia is sure to make an impression. She distinguishes herself with double white, incredibly dense flower panicles. The flowers are so tightly packed together, that Tara shows a unique ‘spongy’ texture - sure to stand out in any landscape.
This handsome, characteristic, oak-leaved Hydrangea proudly shows off with her large flower panicles from late summer to fall. The combination of leaves and inflorescences will surely take your breath away. But that’s not all: when autumn comes, Tara proudly boasts a wide range of bronze and red hues, creating the ideal autumn landscape.
How to care for Hydrangea quercifolia Tara: Hydrangea Tara is tolerant to both full sun and partial shade and is more drought-tolerant than Hydrangea macrophylla. This drought tolerance combined with her compact habit makes this an easy-care Hydrangea for any type of garden. Tara grows up to 125 cm high and wide, prefers a spot in fertile, moist and well-drained soil and is hardy to -25 ºC.
- Very dense flower panicles
- Flowers from late summer to fall
- Colourful autumn foliage
- Tolerant to full sun and partial shade
- More drought tolerant than H. macrophylla