This unusual bicolored hydrangea is bound to attract attention to your yard. Sturdy stems support large "mophead" blooms covered in raspberry pink petals with white edges.
Light: Full sun to full shade
Bloom Time: Mid to late summer
Zones: 5 to 9
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Raspberry Parfait Hydrangea Product Details
Hydrangea macrophylla 'Harlequin'
Deciduous woody shrub
Shade/Partial Shade/Full Sun
3 - 5'
3 - 5'
5 - 9 with protection in zone 5.
Dark, glossy green leaves up to 8" long.
Large, rounded flowerheads made up of many branched corymbs.
Raspberry pink with white edges.
Mid to late summer
Best location would be full sun in the mornings and afternoon shade. Zone 5 - should provide a sheltered location for better success.
Well-drained, humus-enriched soil.
An unusual coloration for hydrangea blooms. This bi-color beauty is bold pinkish red with white edges. A vigorous grower with sturdy stems to hold the large 'mophead' blooms. Excellent as a featured specimen planting for the landscape or try as a bold informal hedge! Bold and beautiful in cutflower arrangements.
To shape or remove any winter damage.
Raspberry Parfait Hydrangea Customer Reviews
Love HydrangeaReview by Bree - Waynesboro, VA Posted on 2012-09-05 15:19:46
I love Hydrangea shrubs so when I saw this one I thought it would be a perfect fit to my garden...not that I have a green thumb though. I've had them for about 3 years and they have grown pretty big. First year it didn't bloom but I didn't think it would since it wasn't very strong. Second year, it bloomed a little but they were all pink, not raspberry. This year, basically the same thing all pink but they are still very pretty so I gave it a 4.