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LET’S DANCE ¡Arriba!® Hydrangea
- Quick to Rebloom,
- Large Flower Heads,
- Good in Areas With Frost Issues
$22.99 – $40.99
$22.99 – $40.99
(Big Leaf Hydrangea) LET’S DANCE ¡ARRIBA!® is one of the most prolific blooming Bigleaf Hydrangeas to date. LET’S DANCE ¡ARRIBA!® is a cross between H.macrophylla(Bigleaf Hydrangea) and H. serrata (Mountain Hydrangea) to create a shrub that has large, full blooms with the increased hardiness from the Mountain Hydrangea. In early June here in Michigan the first round of blooms appears from the previous season growth, about 3 weeks later you will start to see the second round of blooms appear from the new season growth. LET’S DANCE ¡ARRIBA!® is an excellent rebloomer that features shades of pink to purple depending on your soil type. Hardy in zones 5-9, LET’S DANCE ¡ARRIBA!® grows 2-3 feet tall and wide. In the warmer climates, you may get up to 4 feet tall and wide with your longer growing season. Planted in full sun to part shade location with moist well-drained soil is recommended. For our southern gardeners, we recommend giving your plant an area with afternoon shade. The LET’S DANCE® series of hydrangeas are great for foundation plants, mass plantings, or plant alone as a specimen in your perennial gardens. If patio gardening is your style, LET’S DANCE ¡ARRIBA!® is a perfect size shrub for containers. Cut a few blooms to enjoy on a vase, or hang them upside down to dry for a dried flower arrangement. Hydrangea LET’S DANCE ¡ARRIBA!® is a Proven Winners® ColorChoice® Shrub.
Common Name: Hydrangea Big Leaf
Plant Type: Shrub
Brand: PROVEN WINNERS® COLORCHOICE® Flowering Shrubs
Hardiness Zone: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9What is my zone?
Max Height: 2 – 3 Feet
Max Spread: 2 – 3 Feet
Exposure: Full Sun (+6 hrs.), Part Shade (4-6 hrs.)
Blooms On: Last Year’s Growth, This Year’s Growth
Flower Color: Blue Shades, Pink Shades, Purple Shades
Soil Moisture Needs: Moderate
Attributes: Compact Shrub, Cut Flower or Foliage, Dried Flower, Reblooming Shrub
Design Use: Border, Container, Specimen, Structure
Growth Habit: Mounding