Summers are for Quick Fire Hydrangeas

With blooms from early June through the end of the year, it’s not hard to see why the Quick Fire Hydrangea is one of our favorites!

These hardy plants start out with white flowers, then change over to a red/maroon color before finally turning a light brown, which holds on through the end of the year and into the winter.

These beauties can be used a foundation plant,  in the hedge or as a specimen pant. Their hardy and resilient nature make them a great plant for Indiana weather!

These hydrangeas grow to be about 6 feet tall and 6 feet wide (but you can trim them… check in later for tips on how to do this!) and grow in either full or partial sunlight.

If you’re interested in planting these at home, stop by one of our garden centers in either Muncie, Fishers or Union City to pick some up today!