The beautiful Hydrangea bush is a species that delights gardeners across the nation, and there are many types in which to delight. You’ll find a generous array of hydrangea for sale right here at Nature Hills Nursery, America’s largest online nursery.
While we offer a wide selection of hydrangea bushes, there’s no way we could ever offer them all. That’s because more than 100 varieties of hydrangea exist in the world today.
This wide variety includes four popular categories of Hydrangeas marketed extensively in the United States. These are:
Because a hydrangea shrub has low woody branches, it can also be called a bush. People love them for their showy Hydrangea flower, which is actually a clustered bloom of tiny true flowers.
The wide variety of bloom colors span from white to scarlet and purple and all hues in between. Hydrangea bushes have a number of uses throughout the landscape, such as:
You’ll find a range of hydrangea varieties suited for USDA growing zones 3 through 9. Find out what zone you live in by entering your zip code in the field above our Plant Highlights section on every product page.
If you’re in the zones that support happy hydrangea, we're sure to have the cultivar you're hunting for. As a family-owned and operated nursery, we're proud of our track record for helping customers across the United States grow Hydrangea from coast to coast.
Some of our top-selling plants are old-fashioned favorites. But we also have a huge inventory of the latest and greatest from top plant breeders across the country.
Some you won't find in stores. Consider them online exclusives from Nature Hills Nursery. Examples may include:
Nature Hills Nursery focuses on growing a wide selection of these lovely bushes. Mix and match from our extensive online catalog for a custom look you'll love.
Hydrangea bushes are easy to grow. Most varieties prefer morning sun with late afternoon shade to prevent wilting.
Plant them in well-drained, rich, loamy soil. For planting tips, please visit our Support page.
Hydrangeas should be kept moist in the growing season for the best flower production. Pruning, if needed, should be done in the winter or early spring according to the type.
With proper care, perennial hydrangea will come back every year for many years. We suggest amending the soil with Nature Hills Root Booster while planting or applied as a top-dressing for mature plants.
Hydrangeas are some of the most sought-after plants in our online nursery, and we tend to sell out quickly. If you see a hydrangea for sale, you just can’t live without, place your order immediately. We’ll reserve your selection to ship when the time is right for planting in your area. Browse the hydrangea selection at Nature Hills Nursery and place your order today.