If you’re a fan of the rare and unusual, then you may be a big fan of the mountain hydrangea. You’ll find a delightful selection of mountain hydrangeas for sale at Nature Hills Nursery, with a variety of colors that range from bright ruby red to soft and delicate blue.
About Mountain Hydrangeas
A member of the Hydrangeaceae family known as Hydrangea serrata, the mountain hydrangea is the least common type of bigleaf hydrangea. As the name suggests, they’re native to mountainous areas of Japan and Korea. While the flowers are similar to those of the lacecap hydrangea, they are smaller and have hardier blooms.
The mountain hydrangea can be grown in USDA hardiness zones 4 through 9, reaching a maximum size of no more than 4 feet high. Some stay even smaller, making them ideal for container planting around the patio or yard.
To find just the right mountain hydrangea for your planting area, narrow down your search by selecting specific features down the side of the page. Choices include USDA hardiness zone, flower color, bloom period, fall color, growth rate, sun exposure, and height and spread.
Find the Perfect Plants for your Garden
You can also search out additional plants for your yard with our USDA hardiness zone map and our listing of plants by state. Whatever choice you make, you can order it immediately. We’ll only ship out your mountain hydrangeas and other plants when the time is right for planting in your area. Thanks to our partnership with Plant Sentry, we’ll only ship plants that have no restrictions in your region.
Additional perks you’ll enjoy from our family-owned nursery include ground shipping with tracking, a handy planting guide and a generous product guarantee. An instant chat feature makes it easy to get answers as you’re shopping our site, while dozens of customer reviews fill you in on the type of service and plants you can expect.
If you go for mountain hydrangeas, you can expect them to be gorgeous indeed. Browse the selection of mountain hydrangeas at Nature Hills Nursery and place your order today.