When it comes to the flower world, hydrangeas are one of those very beautiful flowers that come in pink, purple, white, and blue along with charming foliage. Apart from its attractive beauty, this flower is also one of the very easy and trouble-free flowering shrubs to grow. Their flowers after blooming can be kept for a long time, and you can bring them into your indoor with cutting flowers. For these good reasons, there are many gardeners nowadays who prefer to grow them to enhance their landscape.
If you also are looking for ideas to decorate your home in full bloom with colorful and vibrant flowers, then hydrangeas are our recommendation today. Here we’ve listed 14 Beautiful Hydrangea Flower Varieties you can choose from with their growth properties. By decorating your entryway with these plants, you can add a touch of a green look to your living space with the beauty of lush foliage. Whether it’s your backyard, front yard, or path, they will give appealing landscaping for any space. Keep reading to know more about them!
#1 Limelight Hydrangea
Limelight Hydrangea displays green flowers that age to a mellow pink as the season progresses. This variety is a fast grower that can reach a height of 10 feet. It loves growing in full sun to part shade.
#2 ‘Zinfin Doll’ Hydrangea
Zinfin Doll’ Hydrangea shows off stunning flowers with the perfect combination of strawberries and cream colors. The flowers will not fade in full sun and attract butterflies all summer long. The plant grows up from 4 to 6 feet and prefers to grow in full sun to part shade.
#3 ‘BloomStruck’ Hydrangea
BloomStruck’ Hydrangea features deep purple or rose blossoms on 4-foot plants. It favors growing in part shade to get a height from 3 to 4 feet.
#4 Incrediball Hydrangea
Incrediball Hydrangea bears huge and densely packed 12-inch flowers. You can grow the flower in your summer border, or plant several for a showy hedge. Give the plant full sun to part shade for the best growth with its common height from 4 to 5 feet.
#5 ‘Unique’ Hydrangea
The Hydrangea is a particularly hardy panicle hydrangea. It prefers to grow in full sun to part shade.
#6 ‘Blue Deckle’ Hydrangea
Blue Deckle’ Hydrangea brings brilliant red and purple leaves when autumn arrives. The plant reaches 3 to 4 feet and favors growing in part shade.
#7 ‘Nikko Blue’ Hydrangea
‘Nikko Blue’ Hydrangea showcases beautiful blue blooms but its flowers gain the bluest color when grown in acidic soil. Also, give the plant part shade for its happy growth.
#8 ‘Miss Saori’ Hydrangea
Miss Saori’ Hydrangea brings sterile flowers in June, followed by burgundy fall foliage. Creamy double flowers have picotee rose margins that contribute texture and color to your garden. The plant grows well in full sun to part shade.
#9 ‘Eldorado’ Hydrangea
Eldorado’ Hydrangea offers red blooms that work well with blue and pink colors to liven up your garden more inviting. It favors growing in full sun to part shade.
#10 ‘Cityline Mars’ Hydrangea
Cityline Mars’ Hydrangea produces stunning flowers along with a special texture of combination between blue and pink creating a purple shade hovering. The type does well in full sun to part shade.
#11 ‘Madame Emile Mouillere’ Hydrangea
‘Madame Emile Mouillere’ Hydrangea bears white flowers, it fades to a pale, ethereal blue or dusky pink as the summer progresses. It loves to be planted in part sun.
#12 ‘Gatsby Pink’ Hydrangea
Gatsby Pink’ Hydrangea brings showy oakleaf flowers. A season-long spectacle of color, flowers start white and change to pink, then the foliage joins the display with a brilliant red autumn showing. Give it full sun to part shade.
#13 ‘You and Me Together’ Hydrangea
‘You and Me Together’ Hydrangea is a double-flowered form that gives you a dense flower head. It prefers to grow in full sun to part shade.
#14 Climbing Hydrangea
Climbing Hydrangea is notoriously slow to get growing and grows well in part shade to full shade.