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Hydrangea Trees

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Limelight Hydrangea Tree

Sunlight: Part Shade/Part Sun  (Zones 7-8)
Full Sun  (Zones 4-6)

Growth Rate: Moderate

Starting at $129.95

129 reviews
Growing Zones: 3-8
Growing Zones 3-8
Vanilla Strawberry™ Hydrangea Tree

Sunlight: Part Shade/Part Sun  (Zones 6-9)
Full Sun  (Zones 4-6)

Growth Rate: Fast

Starting at $219.95

82 reviews
Growing Zones: 4-8
Growing Zones 4-8
Little Lime® Hydrangea Tree

Sunlight: Part Shade/Part Sun  (Zones 6-9)
Full Sun  (Zones 4-6)

Growth Rate: Moderate

Starting at $209.95 Starting at $189.95

33 reviews
Growing Zones: 3-9
Growing Zones 3-9
Cityline® Paris Bigleaf Hydrangea

Sunlight: Full-Partial

Growth Rate: Moderate

Starting at $94.95

1 review
Growing Zones: 5-9
Growing Zones 5-9
First Editions® Eclipse® Bigleaf Hydrangea

Sunlight: Part Shade

Growth Rate: Fast

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1 review
Growing Zones: 5-9
Growing Zones 5-9
Endless Summer® Twist-n-Shout® Hydrangea

Sunlight: Full-Partial

Growth Rate: Slow

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Growing Zones: 4-9
Growing Zones 4-9
Fire Light® Hydrangea Tree

Sunlight: Full-Part Sun (4-6 Hours Sunlight)

Growth Rate: Moderate

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5 reviews
Growing Zones: 3-8
Growing Zones 3-8

The Complete Guide to Hydrangea Trees

Get the classic elegance of your favorite Hydrangea Shrub in a new form for planting nearly anywhere. With our Hydrangea Trees, you get the full blooms and vibrant color you love in plant beds, containers next to your entryway, in stunning borders, and beyond.

Where Should I Plant My Hydrangea Tree?

Specific planting directions will depend on the tree you choose, but most trees like full to partial sun (4 to 6 hours of sun per day) and well-drained soil. And of course, it's important to ensure that you’re in the correct growing zone.

When you're ready to plant your Hydrangea Tree, dig a hole large enough to accommodate your Hydrangea's root ball (with some room to grow), place your shrub and backfill the soil. Finally, water the surrounding soil of your tree to settle the roots and mulch around the area to conserve moisture and prevent weeds.

When to Trim Hydrangea Trees

Before the final finishing touches, establish a solid watering schedule. Generally, we recommend watering your Hydrangea Tree about once or twice weekly for the best results. If you’re not sure when to water your tree, however, simply check your surrounding soil about 2 or 3 inches down.

To prune, simply remove dead or damaged areas and trim for shaping after blooms have faded.