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Pee Wee provides the same four-season appeal and lavish flower production as it's larger growing oakleaf hydrangea cousins but in less than half the space. The large, elongated panicles of white flowers, which mature to pale pink, are slightly smaller on this dwarf selection however are produced in the same abundance as larger varieties. The bold green foliage turns a magnificent chocolate-burgundy color in fall. The dried flowerheads and the peeling cinnamon color bark adds interest during the winter months.
Because of its smaller size, Pee Wee Oakleaf Hydrangea is suited for smaller garden spaces where it can be used as a specimen, border, or clustered in groups.
Culture & Care Tips
Pee Wee oakleaf hydrangea is easy to grow and resistant to pests and diseases. It thrives in any location from full sun to deep shade in moist, rich, well-drained soil. In hotter climates of the South some afternoon shade is recommended.
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