Oakleaf Hydrangeas have so many uses in the landscape. With oak-shaped leaves that turn brilliant burgundy in the fall and cinnamon, exfoliating bark in the winter, the summer-long white flowers aren't the only features of this drought tolerant shrub. Oakleaf Hydrangeas are often used in tough sites, such as under trees, dry, rocky or compacted soil. One of the few deer resistant Hydrangeas, Oakleaf flowers emerge white and age to an array of pink hues depending on the variety. Available in many different mature heights, there's bound to be an Oakleaf Hydrangea that will excel in your landscape. Wondering what pairs well with Oakleaf Hydrangeas? Check out our collections:
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