Annabelle hydrangea produces up to 10-inch flower clusters at the tips of branches from June to September (or November through January, if forced for indoor displays). Derived from native species, it is perfectly hardy outdoors in gardens in USDA Zones 3-9. The showy white bracts take on pinkish tints in fall and then a parchment color into early winter in the landscape. Annabelle hydrangea can be grown in a wide variety of light levels but needs consistently moist, well-drained soil.
January - February, May - June, July - August, September - October, November - December
Screen/Hedge, Bedding or Border
Attracts Butterflies, Native to Midwest