Endless Summer® reblooming hydrangeas are the world’s first hydrangeas bred to bloom all season long, year after year. There’s no better choice for those with an appreciation for fine outdoor living than Endless Summer® Hydrangeas.
Fort Collins Nursery has the following Endless Summer® Hydrangea varieties in stock.
Hydrangea Macrophylla ‘bailmacfive’
With a profusion of big raspberry red or neon purple blooms, Summer Crush® brings floral quality blooms to your garden or patio container. Not only is it drop-dead gorgeous, but it is compact so you get a neat, tidy look throughout the summer. Fill a patio container with Summer Crush for a stunning look all season long. Summer Crush® will make your outdoor living space the talk of the neighborhood.
- Height: 18 – 36”
- Width: 18 – 36”
- Exposure: Full Shade to Part Shade
- Bloom: Bright Red
- Zones: 4-9
Hydrangea Macrophylla ‘bailmer’
The Original was the first hydrangea in the Endless Summer® Collection and it revolutionized the way gardeners were able to incorporate hydrangeas in their landscapes. It is still the hallmark of the shrub collection and with good reason. It was the first hydrangea discovered that blooms on the previous year’s woody stems and the new season’s growth. With The Original, you get an endless summer of possibilities and incredible color from spring through fall. Whether you are looking for full foundation plantings, striking container gardens or beautiful cut flower hydrangea arrangements, The Original Endless Summer® hydrangea is a hardy, disease-resistant and time-tested sensation. These hydrangea have pH sensitive blooms. While they bloom blue in acidic soil, they will bloom pink in alkaline soil. Even the most diligent soil acidification efforts will likely fall short here in northern Colorado, where our soil is highly alkaline, so plan on enjoying these beautiful flowers in shades of purple and pink, not the vivid blue you might expect in other regions.
- Height: 3-5’
- Width: 3-5’
- Exposure: Part Shade
- Bloom: Blue/ Pink
- Zones: 4-9
Originally published on April 29th, 2022.