Hydrangea paniculata Little Lime ('Jane') (PBR) - It may be half the size of its sibling 'Limelight', but this fab new hydrangea still packs pretty good punch. It has strong stems that support the weight of the conical, lime green flowers, which fade to cream and then pink as the season progresses. Grate where space is limited, but you want a hard-working and colourful plant, it can also be grown in large pots if kept well watered.
Oakleaf Hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia) is one of the best picks for deep shade. It is also a low water hydrangea that actually does well in sandy soils and has lovely fall color. Photo: FhF Greenmedia/GAP Photos | thisoldhouse.com
TOP 10 Tips on How to Plant, Grow and Care for Hydrangeas
Antique Hydrangea | Hydrangea are thirsty - both as a plant and a cut flowers. Be sure to check moisture levels often. Submerging cut flower heads will prevent wilting and help them look better longer.