Flowering shrubs always make a striking statement, especially if you go for a smooth hydrangea. You’ll find a fine selection of smooth hydrangeas for sale at Nature Hills Nursery, with the ability to quickly choose the options that work best for you.
What Are Smooth Hydrangeas?
Also referred to as wild hydrangea and sevenbark, smooth hydrangea is a species of flowering plant in the family Hydrangeaceae. Officially known as Hydrangea arborescens, these deciduous shrubs are native to the eastern U.S. They grow well in USDA hardiness zones 3 through 9, reaching a variety of different heights and spreads.
Many smooth hydrangeas also have extensive blooming seasons, blessing your yard with huge blooms of blissful color for weeks on end. Smooth hydrangeas also tend to be easy to grow, with different types doing well in sunny or shadier spots.
How to Pick the Best Smooth Hydrangeas
To pinpoint the exact specimen to suit your region and landscape, use the handy search-by-feature option down the side of the page. Here, you can narrow your selection by USDA hardiness zone, flower color, fall color, bloom period, sun exposure and growth rate, as well as height and spread.
It’s never been easier or more fun creating the perfect yard as it is at Nature Hills Nursery. Like all our plants, your smooth hydrangea will only ship once the time is right for planting in your region. Ground shipping ensures you can track your plant right to your doorstep. Thanks to our affiliation with Plant Sentry, we only ship out plants that are allowed in your specific area.
You’ll also find a plant zone map, planting guide and the ability to search out plants by state to make designing your landscape easier still.
Shopping with Nature Hills Nursery
Family owned and operated since 2001, Nature Hills Nursery is here to help you transform your yard into your own personal sanctuary, complete with the healthiest and most beautiful plants you can find.
Browse our collection of smooth hydrangeas to find the ones that work best for you, and place your order today.