Hydrangea Trees

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Find Hydrangea Trees At Nature Hills Nursery!

The beautiful Hydrangea is a fan favorite across the nation! But did you know the lovely Hydrangea bush can get even better?

Introducing upscale and elegant Tree-Form Hydrangeas!

And there are many varieties of Hydrangea Trees in which to delight! You'll find a large selection of Hydrangea Trees for sale right here at Nature Hills Nursery, America's largest online plant nursery!

Take everything you love about Hydrangea and elevate it! Hydrangea trees are expertly grafted onto a 2-4 foot tall standard trunk and stand out like a high-end beacon throughout your sun landscape! These single-stem Panicle Hydrangea trees have strong, woody branches that hold their enormous panicle blooms aloft for long-lasting summer and fall of flowering beauty!

Filling out in the crinkled, quilted, scalloped green leaves that you expect on a Hydrangea, they become the perfect foil for the emerging flowers!

Everyone loves the showy Panicle Hydrangea flowers, which are actually clusters of tiny true flowers with four petals, bunched together into fluffy pyramids of beauty! Usually starting greenish or white, these magnificent blooms gradually change color as the flowers age; transforming into rosy pinks, creamy white, chartreuse green, or mauvy to fiery reds by the end of the growing season!

Then these lovely pollinator-friendly flower clusters turn a soothing botanical tan for the fall and winter! You will love all the bouquets - both fresh and dried - that you can create from your Hydrangea Tree!

Landscaping With Hydrangea Trees


Plant Hydrangea Trees front and center in your garden design! We guarantee these will be the crown jewel of your garden, so be sure everyone can see them!

Elevate a First Editions® Vanilla Strawberry™ Hydrangea Tree Form as the focal point of a front yard berm. Or plant a Fire and Ice™ Panicle Hydrangea Tree Form as a stunning accent in the center of a circle driveway garden bed!

You';ll soften the corner of your home with a First Editions® Berry White® Hydrangea Tree Form anchoring your foundation border! Then dress up either side of your front entry with a matched pair of First Editions® Berry White® Hydrangea trees or their matching shrubs! Go big and pot up your Hydrangea Tree in upscale planters for either side of your front door with a groundcover spiller cascading out from around the edges!

Whether you have a yard or not - Pot up your Hydrangea Tree specimen!

  • Try a Little Lime® Hydrangea Tree Form will become your favorite container accent around garden seating areas
  • Plant a Phantom Panicle Hydrangea Trees in rows along your poolside sundeck
  • Concrete urns full of Limelight Panicle Hydrangea Trees as corner planters of your deck or balcony
  • Containers of First Editions Strawberry Sundae™ Panicle Hydrangea Trees as conversation pieces around your outdoor garden rooms and courtyards!

Caring For Hydrangea Trees

Hydrangea Trees are easy to grow! Doing best in full sun, favoring the drying power of the morning sun with late afternoon shade to prevent wilting in the hottest growing zones.

Plant Hydrangea Trees in a well-drained, rich, loamy soil. For planting tips, please visit our Support page. Raise them in berms or containers with good drainage if your native soil doesn't drain well.

Water your new trees carefully! Provide a medium amount of water on an even schedule. Container trees can be set up with automated drip irrigation to keep hydrating them super simple. Hydrangea Trees should be kept consistently moist in the growing season for the best flower production. Top the soil with 3-4 inches of compost and/or arborist mulch to hold moisture and protect the roots from heat and chill.

Add an organic, slow-release fertilizer for flowering plants in early spring, and again in mid-summer. Use the application rate provided on the label. Take care planting Hydrangea Trees in a lawn setting. Nitrogen-rich lawn fertilizers will cause a reduction in flowering. Use a light hand with lawn fertilizers near your tree.

How do you Prune Hydrangea Trees?

Panicle Hydrangeas bloom on new wood, so any and all Pruning, if needed, should be done in the late winter or early spring. Grab your favorite pruning shears and reduce the overall size of the grafted head to a two to three-foot sphere, cutting only the brown dormant stems.

If you have an older, larger, tree, you can always reduce the size to a three to four-foot sphere to preserve some height. Just make sure the pruning is done by the time new growth starts. Flowers develop on that new growth that follows!

Do Hydrangea Trees come back every year?

With proper care, Hydrangea will come back every year for many years! We suggest amending the soil with Nature Hills Root Booster while planting or applying it as a top dressing for mature plants.

Buy Hydrangea Trees Now!

Hydrangea Trees are some of the most sought-after plants in our online nursery, and we tend to sell out quickly! If you see a Hydrangea Tree for sale that you 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 Tree Form Hydrangea selection at Nature Hills Nursery and start enjoying yours today!

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