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    Endless Summer® Hydrangea for Sale

    Endless Summer® Hydrangea for Sale

    Endless Summer® Hydrangea for Sale

    Endless Summer® Hydrangea for Sale

 

Endless Summer® Hydrangea

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Growing Zones: 4-9


Growing Zones 4-9 This plant is recommended for zones: 4-9
(green area above)
You are in Growing Zone: 6

Mature Height:

4-6 ft.

Mature Width:

4-6 ft.

Sunlight:

Full to Partial

Drought Tolerance:

Good

Botanical Name:

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Balimer'

Does Not Ship To:

AZ

Blooms every year - no matter what

Keep summer around even long after it's over with the Endless Summer® Hydrangea.

Blooming early in the summer season, this incredibly beautiful, frost-proof plant will give the warmth of summer to your garden with lovely blooms up until Thanksgiving!

Compare that to other typical hydrangeas that only bloom for a few weeks before withering for the year. And these colorful blooms are gigantic--almost as big as a soccer ball!

This versatile plant will produce a parade of flowers whether planted in shade or full sun. Hydrangeas make great hedges, line a fence or walk way with them.

So lovely are the blooms that many enthusiasts gather them to create their own indoor floral arrangements.

The great news is after clipping, you'll get even more flowers!

Change the color of the flowers you produce simply by adjusting the pH in your soil. For blue, adjust soil to a higher acidity. And if hot pink is your preference, just go to more alkaline soil.

So if you can't get enough of your favorite season, the Endless Summer® Hydrangea is definitely for you.





Customer Reviews

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The Best! Months and months of flowers! I added coffee grinds to the soil to get big beautiful blue blooms.
December 31, 2012
Love these plants. I bought six of them last summer to border my front porch. They all survived the winter, and have double the blooms compared to last year! Only complaint is it took longer to receive my order because it was not processed properly. I called the company and they sent the plants right away
December 31, 2012
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Growth Rate
Slow
Medium
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Hardiness
Tender
 
Hardy
My Endless Summer Hydrangea is really beautiful. I planted it exactly as the instructions told me to and it has thrived. It is still blooming and today is Oct 25 so it truly has lived up to the name Endless Summer
October 25, 2014
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Growing Zone:
9
Excellent product and had plenty of blooms!!
December 31, 2012
Purchased
over 5 years ago
Beautiful Plants
The hydragnea plants arrived in good shape. The plants were hearty and ready to be planted. I have had them in the ground for appx three weeks and they are all flowering. For the first week I watered them three times a day as we have dry soil here in Colorado. The bugs love the leaves so get some insect spray to kill these pests. We are happy with the purchase and will buy more plants from fast growing again.
July 29, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Review of Endless Summer Hydrangeas
I ordered total of 6 2 gal Endless Summer Hudrangeas for my siblings and mother as a thank you for helping with my son's wedding. One of two that came to me didn't survive and a replacement was promptly sent and is doing fine. one of my sisters bush was in poor condition like mine and j had to call and have it replaced also. Customer service has been awesome and Limey the trouble with shipping is a result of summer heat plain and simple.
July 31, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Amazing Growth
I bought 11 Endless Summers about a month ago and actually under ordered by 2, which I am getting today. They arrived dormant but sprouted leaves by the dozens within less than a week and are now full and bushy. No blooms yet but it's early. Planted in Miracle Grow garden soil with some Dynamite Florida fertilizer and sulfur. (I have alkaline soil). I am a regular customer of Fast-Growing Trees and have been very happy with my various trees and bushes. Great company!
March 30, 2016
Tampa, FL
Purchased
4 months ago
Growing Zone:
9
Review Title
They bloomed within 3 weeks of planting! Will definitely order from you again.
July 26, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Endless Summer Hydrangea
One continues to bloom beautifully; the second doesn't. Don't know why. Conditions are identical.
July 26, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Growing Zone:
7
GREAT HYDRANGEA
This Hydrangea is doing great, growing well and is in full bloom. Wish that I would have purchased more than one
May 4, 2016
SHREVEPORT, LA
Purchased
5 months ago
Growing Zone:
8

Planting & Care



It's Easy to Plant & Care for Your Endless Summer® Hydrangea


Endless Summer® Hydrangea Planting Diretions Place your Endless Summer® Hydrangeas in an area that receives full to partial sunlight. Although Hydrangeas can tolerate full sun they prefer partial shade and afternoon shade is ideal. Plant your Endless Summer® Hydrangeas two feet apart for a hedge.

Endless Summer Hydrangeas will adapt to your natural soil even if it's sandy or heavy in clay as long as it's well draining. Water your Hydrangeas twice a week during the summer. Every Spring fertilize your Endless Summer® Hydrangeas with a slow release fertilize that's high in phosphorous to encourage more blooms.

Early every Spring your Endless Summer Hydrangea will start blooming and the blooms will last until the Fall! To change your blooms to pink keep the pH balance of your soil around 6.5 - 7.0, raise your pH balance by adding lime to your soil. For blue blooms your soil will need to be more acidic with a pH balance around 5.0 - 5.8. Add sulfur to lower your pH balance.


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I love love love hydrangeas!! Blooms last for a while, so you are able to enjoy their beauty for a while.
Jill G on Jul 19, 2016
They're amazingly gorgeous!
Amy M on Jul 13, 2016
Big beautiful blooms
Teri M on Jul 16, 2016
Perennial, long bloomer, hardy and beautiful
Cheryl C on Jul 13, 2016
Will these work in full shade; like on the side of a house with no direct sunlight?
Rebecca W on Mar 19, 2015
Best Answer: Unfortunately, almost no Hydrangea will perform well in full shade. They need at least a few hours of morning sun to bloom well and have a nice habit.
Reply · Report · Karen J on Jul 7, 2015
when do I prune these hydrangeas?
helen f on May 4, 2015
Best Answer: spring
Reply · Report · judith b on Apr 2, 2016
can we plant this in full sun ?We live in central ne.
A shopper on Jun 12, 2014
Best Answer: We have several planted in full sun and, so far, they are doing well.
Reply · Report · RICHARD C on Jun 13, 2014
planted one 3 years ago and it has never bloomed should I cut it back in the fall to promote flowers in the spring ?
A shopper on Aug 10, 2014
Best Answer: Hydrangeas won't boom if planted in the wrong zone where they get too cold in the winter, or if they're suddenly hit by a late Spring Frost. Hydrangeas are suited for zones 4 - 9. It's best to prune in the Spring to remove dead tips from the Winter.

Fertilize your hydrangeas once or twice in the summer prior to August. Apply a good time release fertilizer 1-2 times a year. Fertilize in zones 6-8 in May and July. If you live in zones 5 or north, one good fertilizing in June will suffice. Discontinue fertilizing if the plant appears wilted or unhealthy. Restore the Hydrangea back to health before any additional applications.
Reply · Report · Allison BStaff on Aug 12, 2014
How tall do they grow? How far apart to plant multiple plants.
A shopper on Jul 8, 2014
Best Answer: The Endless Summer Hydrangea gets 4 to 6 feet tall and 4 to 6 wide. We recommend planting them 3 feet apart and letting their foliage fill in.
Reply · Report · Allison BStaff on Jul 10, 2014
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Do I need to deadhead endless summer hydrangea?
A shopper on Jun 14, 2014
Best Answer: I didn't deadhead them. Two out of 3 are blooming nicely - waiting in the 3 one to flower. Good luck!
Reply · Report · Linda N on Jun 15, 2014
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Should I cut the flowers off as I prepare the hydrangeas for winter? I live in Racine, Wisconsin, Zone 5. Before I cover the plants with a biodegradable covering (filled with fallen leaves from trees for winter insulation), should I, or should I not, cut off the blooms? Some are still in color and most are fading to white/brown. Thank you.
Joe K on Oct 29, 2014
Best Answer: I would lean towards cutting off the blooms in the Fall. I would worry the nutrients sent to them, if left on the plant, may comprise the hardiness of the remaining plant through the Winter.
Reply · Report · Jodi N on Nov 25, 2014
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when do I fertilize the endless hydrangea?
A shopper on Aug 24, 2014
Best Answer: You generally would fertilize hydrangeas when you would normally fertilize most perennials, during the start of their most active growing season in the spring. But remember to research the best type of fertilizer for them, some shrub fertilizers only support vigorous foliage growth, versus blooming habit.
Reply · Report · S W on Aug 25, 2014
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What attention do you need to give to the plant after bloom color disapearsWhat attention do give to the plant after bloom color disappears?
A shopper on Jun 7, 2014
Best Answer: My endless summer hydrangea actually is so low maintenance that I just pruned the stems that dried out and did regular watering of the plant which is once weekly during fall/winter/spring seasons and twice weekly during the hot summer time... voila, it has not failed to give me lilac colored blooms since!! But I also made sure that I added good quality peat moss when I first planted it and put good amount of mulch around it for extra TLC!
Reply · Report · Maria P on Jun 8, 2014
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Today we received a pink plant, When can we make make soil more acid so we can have blue flowers?
This is a new question
Mark Bisanzo on Jun 5, 2014
Best Answer: To change from blue to pink you need to change from an acid soil to an alkaline one. In other words, you need to raise the pH level of the soil. This can be accomplished by applying dolomitic lime several times a year. You will have to test your soil and aim for a pH of about (6.0 to 6.2).

Changing the blooms to blue will take a “lowering” of the soils pH to a level of about (5.2-5.5). Using a soil acidifier will lower your soil’s pH for beautiful blue blooms. It is advised that you should contact your local garden center for a recommendation on acidifying the soil in your area but a good hint is adding a large amount of organic matter such as peat moss or composted leaves around the plant which will acidify the soil as it breaks down.
Reply · Report · Allison BStaff on Jun 13, 2014
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can you plant this in wet soils?
A shopper on Jul 20, 2014
Best Answer: Sorry I don't have an answer for wet soils. I planted the Hydrangea last summer and they survived a very harsh winter and have flowered continuously since mid spring.
Reply · Report · Joseph R on Jul 20, 2014
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I live in Florida and we just had two really dry weeks and i neglected my plants. They are very brown and dry, is there any possibility of salvage??
sonia s on Sep 1, 2014
Best Answer: It is possible, just give them plenty of water.
Reply · Report · Robyn .Staff on Jun 17, 2016
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When should I order my hydrangeas for zone 7 or Virginia?
Tonya M on Mar 8, 2015
Best Answer: You can order them at anytime.
Reply · Report · Robyn .Staff on Jan 19, 2016
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will the deer resist this plant?
Kathy L on Aug 3, 2014
Best Answer: Why no plant is deer proof and deer will eat anything if food is sparse, this plant isn't their first choice. Deer prefer to eat other foliage instead of the Endless Summer Hydrangea therefore it's deer resistant. If you're worried you can always get natural deer repellents.
Reply · Report · Allison BStaff on Aug 5, 2014
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How close can I plant these to the foundation of my house?
Michael K on Mar 31, 2016
Best Answer: They should be at least 2 feet from the foundation so that you will have ample room for them to grow and also to get behind them. They are wonderful, bloom all summer long.
Reply · Report · judith b on Apr 2, 2016
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why don't i get flowers?
joan g on Jun 23, 2015
Best Answer: It could depend on the amount of sun/shade you are getting depending on your area. In southern states hydrangeas can handle more shade than northern states. Also, no blooms could be due to a late spring or early fall cold snap.
Reply · Report · Angela SStaff on Sep 22, 2015
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When do I cut off the spent blooms?
Mary O on May 23, 2015
Best Answer: To increase the amount of blooms make sure you are properly pruning and removing old canes. Prune in the spring to remove dead tips from winter.
Reply · Report · Robyn .Staff on Dec 16, 2015
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I live in the east mountains outside of Albuquerque, NM, the soil is clay/ caliche, would this plant do OK in this area?
Linda L on May 1, 2015
Best Answer: Hydrangeas typically grow best with a higher level of organic material. Especially in clay soil, the organic matter helps create air pockets that helps promote with water drainage. So you may want to amend your soil some at the time of transplant.
Reply · Report · Robyn .Staff on Jan 14, 2016
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What colors does this plant come in?
Joan F on Apr 26, 2015
Best Answer: The way the Endless Summer Hydrangea works is if the soil is more alkaline the blooms will be pink and if the soil is more acidic the blooms will be blue.
Reply · Report · Angela SStaff on Oct 6, 2015
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Can I plant this in the late summer/fall in the Dallas area?
Tracy N on Aug 25, 2014
Best Answer: I would plant in the spring or fall.
Reply · Report · Robyn .Staff on Feb 26, 2016
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Is it possible to grow them in south Florida?
Lori B on Jul 11, 2015
Best Answer: We live in the Galveston, Texas area and the tree that we planted last Fall is growing beautifully. Given our heat, and the tree's immature root system, our local nursery suggested that I water our young trees the first year multiple times a week.

Andrea

P.S. We bought two hydrangeas at the same time and they too are growing fantastic! So much so that I will buy several more this Fall.
Reply · Report · Andrea W on Jul 16, 2015
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why don't mine bloom?
Barbara F on Jul 16, 2015
Best Answer: When did you plant it ? What type of and direction is the sun coming from ? When I first planted mine, it did not bloom for almost a month and half and needed constant watering, This is the second summer for mine and it is beautiful. It should not be in an area where it gets constant sun. You can also alter the color of the blooms by changing the soils ph. I hope this was helpful. is
Reply · Report · Scherry S on Jul 16, 2015
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Do you cut back hydrangeas to ground in the fall? How do they get tall?
Pennie M on May 19, 2015
Best Answer: I trim dead blooms off my plants in the fall. In the spring before things get growing but the danger of frost is past, I trim off dead branch tips that are frostbitten. Cutting the plant back to the ground would probably kill it. If branches seem too long or leggy I sometimes cut them back two or three sets of leaves. Make a diagonal cut just past the set of leaves you've chosen, cutting on the side closer to the end of the branch and not on the side facing the body of the bush. Usually, new tips and leaves will start appearing in 2-3 days.
Reply · Report · vvickib54 on Jul 14, 2015
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once the blooms look like they are done(brownish on top) do you cut that entire bloom off so the plant will produce new blooms?
A shopper on Jul 18, 2014
Best Answer: I do sometimes (just to make it look nicer), but it doesn't seem to make a difference in blooming. I know for a lot of flowering annuals, removing spent blossoms encourages reblooming, but not sure it applies to hydrangeas.
Reply · Report · S W on Jul 18, 2014
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What kind of fertilizer should I use on my Hydrangeas to cause their blooms to be blue instead of pink?
Harlan S on Jun 14, 2016
Best Answer: Fertilize your hydrangeas once or twice in the summer prior to August. Apply a good time release fertilizer 1-2 times a year. Fertilize in zones 6-8 in May and July. If you live in zones 5 or north, one good fertilizing in June will suffice. Discontinue fertilizing if the plant appears wilted or unhealthy. Restore the Hydrangea back to health before any additional applications.
Reply · Report · Robyn .Staff on Jun 17, 2016
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is this a multi colored bloom ?
steve m on May 20, 2016
Best Answer: Yes--mine in both Maryland and California have all been multi-colored.
Reply · Report · William E F on May 20, 2016
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will this survive snow and winter weather? We are at 3,000 ft elevation in the Sierras (CA)
Pat R on Apr 16, 2016
Best Answer: I live in MA and my hydrangeas have survived two brutal winters. I'm not sure if the sea level elevation has anything to do with it though!
Reply · Report · Kerin R on Apr 16, 2016
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when should these be planted in zone 9b?
joan b on Oct 13, 2015
Best Answer: I planted in the fall. Like many shrubs, they kind of sulked the first year, but seem to have rooted in nicely.
Reply · Report · William E F on Oct 13, 2015
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I have a Endless Summer Hydrangea - suppose to be white with a little pink - it blossomed green -What happened??
T R on Jun 25, 2015
Best Answer: Endless Summer Blooms start out green, then turn white and then mature to either pink or blue, depending on the acidity of your soil. This process can take a while, so with a little time, your blooms should progress to the color you are anticipating. If your patience is not rewarded, then you might see if your soil lacks iron; or the solution may be as simple as your plant might need more water for the blooms to fully develop.
Reply · Report · KarenStaff on Jul 6, 2015
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should I deadhead spent blooms on my hydrangea ?
Jerry G on Jun 15, 2015
Best Answer: Yes this will promote new blooms and growth.
Reply · Report · Allison BStaff on Jun 17, 2015
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