Penny Mac Hydrangea - trade gallon
Penny Mac Hydrangea - trade gallon From the garden of Penny McHenry, founder of the American Hydrangea Society, Hydrangea macrophylla ’Penny Mac’ covers itself with mid-blue mophead flowers (on acid soil) that age to tones of aquamarine. Produces bloom on current season’s growth as well as old wood so is one of the best for reblooming, & comes cheaper than the trademarked & the much hyped ES series. Deciduous for part shade, in zones 6-9, maturing at 6 feet.

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