Botanical name: Hydrangea arborescens Annabelle
Common name: Annabelle Smooth Hydrangea
Annabelle Hydrangea is one of the many hydrangeas out there. Annabelle is known for its huge white flowers called corymbs. The flower clusters normally are about a 6" sphere, but can grow upwards to 12" with plenty of water and nutrients. Normally the flowers are blooming from June-September. Annabelle normally grows between 3 and 5 feet tall. This is a zone 3-9 hardy plant, and does well in sun with plenty of moisture, or partial shade. This is a beloved cottage style plant. You can expect flowers the same year, or perhaps the year after. Annabelle has no appreciable fall color.
Hydrangea arborescens Annabelle
This is a small starter plant. It was grown in a 3.5 inch x 3.5 inch x 4 inch deep pot.
It will be shipped without a pot, and about half of the soil knocked off to reduce the shipping weight.
The actual Plant will be between 8-12" tall, the roots will be 3-4" long, for a total length of 11-16"
All of my landscape shrubs are true cultivars grown from cuttings, they are true to form. For trademarked or patented plants, I only buy from people who are authorized to propagate these plants, and tags will be provided accordingly for those plants.