Common Name: Hydrangea, Garden Hydrangea, Endless Summer
Botanical Name: Hydrangea macrophylla
Native: Japan, Asia, North America and South America
Colors: Purple, blue, pink and white
Description: Hydrangeas have a large head full of star-shaped flowers that form a pompom and top off a sturdy wooden stem.
Shelf Life Tips: Hydrangeas can last six to ten days in a vase with the efficient amount of water. Hydrangeas need a lot of water and can make the vase become dry very quickly. Keeping the water fresh and frequent is a must.
Fun Facts: The Hydrangea is the fourth wedding anniversary flower. Hydrangeas are often used as dried flowers.
In Season: March-November