Do Annabelle hydrangeas come in pink?

Do Annabelle hydrangeas come in pink?

Invincibelle Spirit II hydrangea represents the best in full-sized pink ‘Annabelle’ hydrangeas. It offers handsome, dark green foliage, sturdy, strong stems that prevent flopping, and large blooms of deep pink that age to an attractive green. Plus, it reblooms, delivering waves of fresh flowers through autumn.

How big does a Annabelle hydrangea get?

3–5′ high
Hydrangea arborescens ‘Annabelle’ is a mounding shrub that grows 3–5′ high with a wider spread. In July, it produces huge (8–12″) round heads of pure white blooms that remain attractive into September and can be cut for fresh or dried arrangements.

Where should I plant hydrangea Annabelle?

Annabelle Hydrangeas thrive best when planted in areas that receive full morning sun and partial afternoon sun.

How fast do Annabelle hydrangeas grow?

Hydrangea arborescens ‘Annabelle’ will grow to a height and spread of 2m / 7ft after four or five years. Without a shadow of doubt the main interest of this shrub is the large number of huge white flowers produced from late July to early September.

What to plant in front of Annabelle hydrangeas?

Azaleas, hollies, yews, mahonia, gardenia, loropetalum and boxwood shrubs will look good planted in front of hydrangeas. Azaleas blossoms will provide early color. You can select your favorite blossom color since the azalea blooms will have faded before your hydrangea is flowering.

What pairs well with Annabelle hydrangeas?

Grow “Annabelle” hydrangeas as a backdrop for colorful perennials, such as blue irises or pink petunias. They are also perfect when grown in a row as a hedge, particularly in front of a colorful background, such as a blue or yellow house or garage.

What grows well with hydrangea Annabelle?

Should I deadhead Annabelle hydrangea?

It’s perfectly OK to deadhead (remove spent blooms) your Annabelles any time. Annabelles can occasionally benefit from a hard pruning…but don’t do it every year. If your bushes are thin and leggy, or if your blooms are small, go ahead and hard prune in the late fall.