Hydrangea quercifolia 'Ruby Slippers' (Oakleaf Hydrangea)

Large white blooms that mature to ruby-red in fall and remain upright on the branches. Deeply-lobed, dark green, oak-like foliage turns mahogany in fall. Blooms early summer to early fall. Compact mound. 4′ tall x 4-5′ spread. Full Sun/Part Shade.


Zone Zone 5
Exposure Full Sun to Partial Shade
Moisture Moderate Moisture

White pyramidal panicles emerge in early summer gradually fade to pink and turn brown by late summer. Deep green oak-like foliage turn to bronze, maroon and purple in fall. Blooms early-mid summer. 3′ tall x 3′ spread. Full Sun/Part Shade.

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Large pyramidal panicles made up of white flowers with multiple bracts/sepals appear to be double-flowered. Blooms fade to pink then brown. Maroon/purple fall foliage and exfoliated stems add winter interest. 6-8′ tall x 5-6′ wide Full Sun/Part Shade.

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