Hydrangea quercifolia

Hydrangea, Oak Leaf

$ 14.95

Item #: 1117
Pot Size: 4"x4"x5.5" pot

Plant Description

Growing wild in moist shady places from Georgia to Mississippi, Oakleaf Hydrangeas are a great shrub in cultivation. Becoming 4 to 8 feet tall and equally as wide, this Hydrangea vine forms large, coarse textured, unbranched mounds. Leaves look like huge soft oak leaves and turn deep shades of red and burgundy in the fall before falling off and exposing interesting cinnamon colored peeling bark. But, in addition to fall and winter, the Hydrangea Oakleaf flowers are beautiful in early to mid summer too. Eight inch by 5 inch clusters of flowers start white then fade to pinkish then brownish and they often persist, beige and papery, on into the fall. Give Oakleaf Hydrangea good moisture retentive soil and preferably some shade. It is beautiful when planted in masses and especially when its fall colors contrast with other plants like grasses, Chokeberry, Fothergilla, and sunflowers.



Good Fall Color

Deer Resistant

Native Plant

Ease of Culture

Easy to grow

Plant Type


Light Exposure

Full sun, Mostly sunny,

Half and half, Mostly shady,

Soil Condition

Average, Organic,

Moisture Tolerance

Moist, Moderately moist,


full quart


36 or taller,

Flower Color


Pink, Mauve,

Bloom Time

Early summer,

Mid summer,

Typical Height





5, 6, 7, 8, 9




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