Hydrangea ‘Summer Beauty’

Ever wonder why your hydrangeas never bloom? They set flowers in fall and have to survive the winter. Spring frost easily kills the buds. If the plant dies back each year, it can never bloom.

Meet ‘All Summer Beauty’. It sets its 4-6″ flowers on new growth. That means flowers every year. Make sure it’s watered during hot summer droughts.

Flowers pink in neutral soil, and blue in acid soil. Feed it with soil acidifier to ensure blue flowers.