Find the Perfect Hydrangea for Your Space

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Hydrangeas For Full Sun

6+ Hours

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Hydrangeas For Shade

2-5 Hours

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Dwarf Hydrangeas

Under 3 Feet

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Large Hydrangeas

4+ Feet

Types of Hydrangeas

Mophead Hydrangeas


  • Most Popular Type
  • Blue, Pink & Purple Flowers
  • Morning Sun With Afternoon Shade
Smooth Hydrangeas


  • Largest Hydrangea Blooms
  • White, Pink or Green Flowers
  • Perfect for Full Sun
Panicle Hydrangeas


  • Can Prune Into Trees
  • White, Pink or Green Flowers
  • Perfect for Full Sun
Lacecap Hydrangeas


  • Unique Flowers
  • Blue, Pink & Purle Flowers
  • Morning Sun With Afternoon Shade
Oakleaf Hydrangeas


  • Native to North America
  • Beautiful Fall Foliage
  • Partial Shade to Full Sun
Mountain Hydrangeas


  • Dwarf Hydrangeas
  • Blue, Pink & Purple Flowers
  • Morning Sun With Afternoon Shade

To understand which hydrangeas will grow in your location, it is important to know the growing zone in which you are gardening. To find your growing zone, just enter your zip code on the top of our website. After you know your growing zone, it is important to know the location of where you plan on growing the hydrangeas. Mophead hydrangeas typically come in flower colors of blue, pink and purple depending on the soil’s pH. These are the most well-known type, and grow best with morning sun and afternoon shade. You can change the color of these blooms by adjusting the soil’s pH, but this is a slower process. Learn about changing the color of hydrangeas.

Panicle and smooth hydrangeas are the best types to grow in hotter locations that receive afternoon sunlight. These shrubs can handle full sunlight from morning until evening. These types of hydrangeas typically have white, pink or green flowers and are the 2nd most popular varieties.

The Best Way To Use Hydrangeas

Hydrangeas are prolific blooming shrubs that come in many different colors, sizes, and varieties. We offer the best selection of hydrangeas in the United States. These plants grow best in growing zones 3-9, depending on the type. Most pollinators love the large fragrant blooms from late spring to fall.

Hydrangeas are great for all gardens and can also be grown in planters on the patio, porch, deck or any other spaces that receive enough sunlight. Plant these in a row of 5 or more to create a beautiful flowering hedge or border in the garden.

  • Large beautiful flowers
  • Very popular plants
  • Available with blue, red, pink, green & white blooms
  • 1-10 feet tall and wide
  • Growing zones 3-9
  • Hydrangea Companion Plants

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