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Incrediball® Hydrangea

Huge flowers that don't flop
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Incrediball® Hydrangea

Huge flowers that don't flop
  • Huge flowers, perfect for drying
  • Strong upright stems that don't flop
  • Blooms on new wood so resists late freeze
Incredible 12" bloom heads are held on stems so strong that drooping is never a problem — even after a rainstorm! A descendant of the beloved classic, Annabelle, Incrediball ® Hydrangeas... Read More »

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Incredible 12" bloom heads are held on stems so strong that drooping is never a problem — even after a rainstorm! A descendant of the beloved classic, Annabelle, Incrediball® Hydrangeas are blessed with stronger stems, and flowers that are bigger and much more numerous. These deciduous hydrangea bushes bloom from early summer until fall, even on new wood, so you can count on blooms even after very cold winters. Keep evenly moist and prune to 12" in late winter. Hydrangea arborescens 'Abetwo' PP20571.

Adding an Incrediball® Hydrangea to your garden is easier than you think! For tips on how to plant hydrangeas, make sure to check out our Hydrangea Care Tips. Spring Hill has a variety of hydrangea bushes for sale that are perfect for filling your garden.

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How much sun do Incrediball® Hydrangeas need?

Incrediball® Hydrangea is most likely to produce the huge, showy blooms for which it is known when provided plenty of sunlight. Like most smooth hydrangeas, this one requires at least four to six hours of sunlight per day. It can handle the sun even in warm weather, although we recommend providing plenty of water if you live in a warm climate.

Do Incrediball® Hydrangeas attract pollinators?

Most hydrangeas are pollinator-friendly plants, but, not being native to the United States, you won't see hordes of pollinators rushing to them. Incrediball® is one exception, in part thanks to its native-bred roots! These plants attract a variety of pollinators like butterflies, bees and hummingbirds, and this plant's long bloom time will keep them coming back again and again.

What Type of Soil Do Incrediball® Hydrangeas Prefer?

Incrediball® Hydrangeas prefer moist, well-drained soil, so plant them in an area where water does not tend to pool. You may wish to enrich the soil with compost or loam before planting, especially if your garden's soil is heavily compacted, or full of clay.
Hydrangeas tend to do best in soil that is slightly acidic. Compost can be added to boost the nutrients of the soil, and you can use an acid-heavy fertilizer as well.

When Should You Plant Incrediball® Hydrangeas?

The best time to plant Incrediball® Hydrangeas is in early Fall. Get your plant into the ground before the first frost, giving the roots a bit of time to grow before going dormant. Plant your hydrangea at the same depth in which it was potted, and give it a good amount of water after planting. You can taper back watering after the frosty season sets in.

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