6 Hydrangea Types You Need in Your Garden 

Most people prefer bigleaf hydrangeas, especially pink or blue varieties. If summer soil dries up, bigleaf hydrangeas wilt fast and may not flower in colder climates.  

Bigleaf Hydrangea

Hydrangeas have long blooms, but bigleaf and mountain hydrangeas are being encouraged to rebloom. Reblooming Tuff Stuff mountain hydrangea.  

Mountain Hydrangea

Gardeners often prefer panicle hydrangeas over bigleaf varieties. As Natalie notes, panicle hydrangeas thrive in full light and tolerate drought better than other varieties.  

Panicle Hydrangea

Cover buildings, fences, and arbours with climbing hydrangeas. Keep in mind that these plants need time to develop and bloom.  

Climbing Hydrangea

Oakleaf hydrangeas prefer medium temperatures and don't like extremes. Native Gatsby Pink oakleaf hydrangea blooms in autumn.  

Oakleaf Hydrangea

Natalie claims smooth hydrangeas are easy to grow. Very cold-hardy down to USDA Zone 3. She loves Incrediball hydrangeas.  

Smooth Hydrangea

Grow Green With Limelight and Little Lime Hydrangeas 

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