Hydrangea aspera [red leaf form]
Also known as:
- Hydrangea villosa
- Hydrangea aspera 'Red Fred'
sun, mostly sun, mostly shade
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Description by: Cistus Nursery
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A striking plant that has appeared from both Japan and China of late presenting 6-8", beautifully felted leaves colored burgundy on the undersides and, in spring, large flattened sprays of fertile flowers from white to pale blue. These deciduous shrubs easily reach 6-8 ft, tall enough to be lifted, e.g., trimmed up to expose the contrast of golden, flaking bark and the striking leaf undersides. Prefers a moist situation with dappled shade. Frost hardy in USDA zone 7b.
Description by: Jockey Hill Nursery
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Fuzzy large leaves lav-white flat flowers
Description by: Heritage Seedlings
Well-grown, rough-leaved Hydrangea is stunning in blossom with amethyst flowers surrounded by pale lavender, sterile florets. Flowers contrast with peeling bark in tones of rust, brown and silver. Ultimately it will form a large shrub to 12 ft.