Tuesday, July 28, 2009

'Quickfire' Hydrangea - A Late Summer Star

I know we've talked about "Quickfires' in previous posts, but they are worth revisiting because they are just that fabulous.

Not only that, but right now in the nursery we have 'Quickfires' trained into tree form, and when they start changing colors they will fly out the door.

Blooming white and then transforming into an antique lace pink, and finally darkening to a deep reddish hue, these hydrangea are very Victorian.

In either shrub or tree form they will reach 10 to 12 feet high and wide.