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Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea

Hydrangea paniculata 'Renhy'

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Growing Zones: 4-8 outdoors
(hardy down to -20℉)



Growing Zones 4-8 outdoors
You are in Growing Zone: 6

Mature Height:

6-8 ft.

Mature Width:

4-5 ft.

Sunlight:

Full Sun, Partial Sun

Spacing:

6 ft.

Drought Tolerance:

Great

You are in an area with ~1800 chill hours

Botanical Name:

Hydrangea paniculata 'Renhy'

Does Not Ship To:

AZ

Colorful, Show-Stopping, Full Blooms For Every Type of Landscape

These flowers live up to their name. The deliciously named Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea produces incredible, bright white, pink and deep red blooms. Like a whipped-cream topped strawberry shortcake, these flowers are irresistible to look at. You'll find yourself (and your neighbors) staring at the gorgeous blooms that appear year after year.

The flowers bloom throughout the warm months. The blooms begin as a creamy white and then turn to an irresistible pink and finally a deep red to burgundy. Since the flowers bloom throughout the Spring and Summer, you'll get all 3 colors on the plant at the same time. 

Even in winter, these flowers bring visual interest to your yard.  As the cooler months set it, the blooms turn an interesting parchment color. The stems can vary in color and sometimes present a bright red, making a unique contrast against the flowers. After the mesmerizing spring and summer, you'll be impressed by how the Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea still adds even more visual appeal to your landscape in the winter.

Pollinators love the bright colors of the Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea. If you want to attract butterflies, hummingbirds and beneficial bees to your yard, then this plant is the way to go. You'll love watching all the precious pollinators dance around the brightly colored blooms in the spring and summer. 

Forget about maintenance; just enjoy the flowers. The Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea isn't finicky, so you don't have to worry about annoying upkeep. This plant simply wants to soak up the sun and show off its stunning beauty. Pruning is totally up to you with this tall growing hydrangea.

This is the most winter hardy hydrangea. The flowers bloom on each season's new growth, so frost won't hurt this durable plant. You don't need to be jealous of warmer states' bright summer blooms. The Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea won't flourish below Zone 8, so colder states up to Zone 4 get all the benefits of this beauty.

Brighten up your yard or your floral arrangements with the sweet strawberry blooms. Growing to 6' to 8', the Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea makes the perfect companion to small and large plants alike. You can add interest and contrast to any space in your yard. The blooms stay fresh for a while after cutting, so they make wonderful additions to your floral arrangements or home décor.

This is an extremely popular plant. People love buying multiples of these plants and creating beautiful hedges. Because they are so tolerant, gorgeous and easy to care for, they sell quickly. Don't miss your opportunity to add incredible visual appeal to your landscape. Order several today.  





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Customer Reviews

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This is our 3rd year. Plant growing well and has a lot of blooms this year. My problem: we were sold on the color which is its #1 selling point. Yet to have pink blooms. All we get [which is many people's complaint] is the creamy white that fade to the paper look you get with about all hydrangea's. No where near the color they show on websites or the tag attached to the plant. Now we get excuses from soil to fertilizer to heat. That it's best in cooler climates to get the really pink color. If so then why sell it in hotter climates? BTW we're in Zone 6.
July 13, 2017
Growing Zone:
6
Very pleased
First ordered 2 plants 3 years ago. A Crepe Myrtle and Autumn Cherry. Plants are doing great. Very pleased with service and plants.
May 13, 2017
color complaining
the color of hydrangeas is vary significantly, regardless of the cultivars initial color, this plant could easily produce blue flowers if i wanted. give this plant the exact conditions called for, to produce this color, and u can expect to get that exact color. just regular old miracle grow (not a huge fan because i like to control my nutrient levels naturally but for the people complaining it will produce the pink they want.. if u add iron or have high iron levels in your soil you are like to get bluish to purple colored flowers mix that with pink and ull likely something in between like the faded specimen below. many plants will have different colors on the same plant it is just something you should expect with this species. plant this plant in average old miracle grow potting/gardening soil you'll get colors very similar if not exactly like the pictures above but the sun will also affect the color. mine gets very early morning sun and the rest is shade seems to be the best for every cultivar I've seen as far as flowering is concerned, overall plant size may suffer slightly but i have neighbors with full son ground planted and huge producing beautiful pink flowers now on the other hand i have a young plant in the same soil but i stuck an old rusted iron nail in it last fall.. 3 blooms currently all different colors, one light blue, similar to the one below.. to finish this is a beautiful specimen and and will produce the colors it claims, people sometimes do too much and hydrangeas thrive on neglect. let it do its thing but if ur not getting the color u want consider changing the soil.
the flowers on this plant were pink added iron.. now getting blue and mixed, pink will come tho
the flowers on this plant were pink added iron.. now getting blue and mixed, pink will come tho
June 7, 2018
Growing Zone:
9
What a recovery!!!
We received our hydrangea on one of the hottest days on the Front Range in CO. It arrived very well packaged but thoroughly wilted. I placed the plant in the shade and watered it, not expecting much. The next day it had recovered quite well but I waited to plant it in cooler weather, which came several days later.
Since the planting, it has lost all the bottom leaves, but there is new growth all around. I’m looking forward to seeing it grow into a beautiful shrub.
Thank you
July 31, 2018
Purchased
1 month ago
So different
I am so happy with this hydrangea. I put it in a 7 gal pot, and it is a happy camper. This should be a beauty. Not the ordinary hydrangea we normally see.

I recommend this as an excellent purchase. Jan
June 30, 2018
Purchased
2 months ago
Plant doing great
The Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea seems to be doing well
even though the strawberry color has not appeared as yet.
I am pleased with it's progress and blooms.
Vanilla, but no strawberry yet.
Vanilla, but no strawberry yet.
July 11, 2018
Purchased
2 months ago
Growing Zone:
7
ONE OF THE BEST
Planted 23 days ago, the plant had one small flower on at planting it has now 6 flowers all are white but I am looking forward to it turning to its strawberry color It is one of the best hydrangea plants that I have ever receivedI planted on the North of my house and it is in the shade every afternoon.
August 4, 2018
Purchased
1 month ago
Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea
My Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea arrived in excellent condition and seems to be very healthy. It appears to be quite happy and just just started to bloom.Thanks for raising such beautiful, healthy plants!
June 25, 2018
Purchased
2 months ago
Growing Zone:
7
Green but no flowers
I just wonder if it will flower this year it is doing great but so far no buds or sign of any really pleased with how fast it is growing
May 11, 2018
Purchased
5 months ago
Thought it would be blooming by now???
Do you think this will make it,? Just has dead leaves ,no flowers ,is this normal?Looks like it might die,is this normal?
Well this is it, don't know if it's going to make it?No flowers just dead leaves ,do you think ?
Well this is it, don't know if it's going to make it?No flowers just dead leaves ,do you think ?
August 3, 2018
Purchased
1 month ago
Growing Zone:
5

Planting & Care



It's Easy to Plant & Care for Your Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea


Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea Planting Diretions

Planting Instructions: If you live in a colder state, plant your Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea in full sun. If you live in a warmer state, plant your Hydrangea in a place that will get some afternoon shade. Make sure your soil is moist and well drained. Amend the soil with some compost and 15-30-15 fertilizer. Plant in a hole big enough to give the root ball some room to grow. Place a layer of mulch around the edge of the trunk, covering the ground to the edge of the canopy.

 

Watering: Water your Hydrangea weekly for the first 6 months. After this time, you will only need to water your plant when you get less than 1" of rain during the week. The mulch should keep the soil moist. Never let your soil dry out completely. It make take some time to see blooms on your plant, but once you do, they will multiply rapidly.

 

Fertilization: You can fertilize the plant every spring with a bloom encouraging fertilizer. Fertilizing too much will cause the tree to produce more leaves and less blooms, so be careful to only add a little bit each year.

 

Pruning: You do not need to prune your Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea, but you can if you like. Only prune in late winter or early spring after the worst frost is over. You can prune to the shape you desire.

Planting & Care

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Color, maintenance
Carol A on Jul 11, 2018
color, height, spread, heartiness
Michael F. L on Jun 6, 2018
Color, maintenance
Carol A on Jul 11, 2018
The unique blooms will provide a nice contrast with the round, blue blossoms on the hydrangea that I already have.
Michael H on Jun 16, 2018
color, height, spread, heartiness
Michael F. L on Jun 6, 2018
Hydrangeas are my favorite flowers with Peonies a close second - this one is MADE for the weather Minnesota can throw at it!
Sheila M on Jun 1, 2018
Beautiful and hardy!
Gary H on May 27, 2018
Hope it’s all they say it is. My sister in law has one that smells like vanilla &honey. I hope this is the same variety.
Judi M on May 20, 2018
The size, flowers and low maintenance
C D on May 7, 2018
BEAUTIFUL AND DIFFERENT
MIKE J on Apr 20, 2018
For color
lautaro r on Apr 20, 2018
Been trying to grow hydrangeas with no luck. Bought them at stores so we thought we would try your way. Can't wait for shipment.
Charlotte T on Apr 13, 2018
I love them because they last their flowers.
Amelia S on Apr 8, 2018
pretty
rebecca p on Apr 3, 2018
Wife wanted these.
Carlas B on Mar 22, 2018
I have an unsitely drain and need something fast growing and pretty to block it from view
Averil V on Mar 5, 2018
My friend told me about these and I saw how beautiful they are. Hopefully they will grow as easily and as hardy as described.
Nancy R on Feb 1, 2018
Bees!
Raymond L on Apr 3, 2017
loves the sun
Elida H on Mar 19, 2017
Beautiful and Need Privacy
Erin M on Mar 19, 2017
Love the colors I'm a pink person
rebecca l on Feb 26, 2017
Beautiful/pollination
Vanessa C on Feb 23, 2017
The unique blooms will provide a nice contrast with the round, blue blossoms on the hydrangea that I already have.
Michael H on Jun 16, 2018
Hydrangeas are my favorite flowers with Peonies a close second - this one is MADE for the weather Minnesota can throw at it!
Sheila M on Jun 1, 2018
Does this vanilla strawberry hydrangea come as a tree. My daughter wants one for their anniversary and I can't find this as a tree?
Sharon W on Jun 26, 2017
BEST ANSWER: This is a bush.
Does the strawberry vanilla hydrangea grow fast?
Sherry P on May 28, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Good size plant when I received it and, yes, it has grown almost twice its size since planted. Good quality plants.
When and how much do you prune the strawberry vanilla hydranger?
Anneal S on Nov 28, 2017
BEST ANSWER: You do not need to prune your Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea, but you can if you like. Only prune in late winter or early spring after the worst frost is over. You can prune to the shape you desire.
Can this plant be pruned to keep the height lower?
John P on Jul 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes you can prune then to your desired height.

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