The second generation of Invincibelle Spirit hydrangea - has darker foliage, strong, supportive stems, and larger flowers that are a richer pink that ages to a beautiful green. This hydrangea blooms from mid-summer to frost. It is a dutiful Re-bloomer, and will provide pink flowers through the summer and into fall.
PRUNING YOUR ARBORESCENS HYDRANGEA:
Flowers on new wood or current season’s growth, so they can be severely pruned after fall frost and still flower the following summer. In fact, some growers cut their arborescens to the ground each winter in order to have flower heads on three to four foot straight stems the next summer. * Faded, dead Blooms can be removed straight after blooms have finished *
Photos courtesy of Toms Creek Nursery in Denton, NC
2' - 4'
2' - 4'
Primary Foliage Color
Seasonal Foliage Color
Sheds its leaves in Autumn
Sun - partial shade
Moist: Prepare planting area for adequate drainage. Poor drainage results in root rot.