Jane’s Plant of the Week
This week, we look at the hydrangea quercifolia varieties ? a terrific species of hydrangea with the common name of oak leaf hydrangea because its leaves are large and oak leafed shaped.
The flowers are a milky white and like panicles, very showy and the leaves turn a lovely autumn colour. A shrub that can grow 1.5 ? 2 metres tall. A very attractive bush.