Native Hydrangea

Imagine walking through the forest and discovering this beautiful plant. Yes, at one time hydrangea was native. You could find it in rich woods, rocky slopes and stream banks.

No, you won’t get outrageous 12″ blooms, but there’s a reason to go native. It helps protect and restore biodiversity, support our wildlife and conserve original plant species.

Attracts bumble bees and other pollinators. Enjoys part sun and consistently moisture.