The first-ever pink Annabelle is an outstanding novelty. A crowd-pleaser, with buoyant balls of white to pink blooms.
From late May to early June, this first-ever pink Annabelle produces an abundance of buoyant, soft 8" balls of white to bright pink blossoms, reblooming right up until the first frost. Plants branch with 100 shoots or more. A breeding breakthrough, this Hydrangea arborescens is amazing, in or out of bloom. Plants make a fine hedge in mass and are superb specimen plants, whenÿplanted singly. Very hardy and low-maintenance. Proceeds benefit The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.