Woodlander Mountain Hydrangea
Botanical Name: Hydrangea serrata 'Woodlander'
Common Name: Woodlander Mountain Hydrangea
Height: 3-4' Spread: 3-4' Habit/Form: Rounded Growth Rate: Medium Zone: 5-8
Cultural Requirements: Cool moist soil, high in organic matter; best in part shade; flowers on old wood; benefits from mulch and winter protection in colder climates; somewhat drought resistant once established; prune annually in late winter to promote vigorous new growth.
Ornamental Characteristics: Compact shrub with pink lacecap flowers; medium green leaves held on slender stems become purplish-red in the fall.
Uses in the Landscape: containers, woodland garden, front on mix border