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Candelabra Hydrangea Hedge

Flames in Summer AND Winter
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Candelabra Hydrangea Hedge

Flames in Summer AND Winter
Nothing packs a punch quite like Candelabra; it is so unique. The large flower heads are held straight upright, starting out white and turning bright red through the summer, which makes them look like candle flames. These fiery blooms are a great way to attract pollinators in the garden, but they also make exciting fresh and dried bouquets around the home. Candelabra is a fantastic choice for northern gardens. It's extremely winter hardy, and it'll thrive in gardens all the way up through zone 3. It's a shot of adrenaline in a bleak winter landscape—it boasts unexpected, brilliant red stems, which cause a scene rising up from a blanket of fresh white snow. Candelabra is a compact hydrangea, staying at about 4-6' without getting leggy, so even if you've got a small front yard, its bright colors and handsome form will provide strong curb appeal through multiple seasons. PP27472
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