Hydrangea Invincibelle Limetta®

Invincibelle® Series Smooth Hydrangea

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Summer Through Fall Color
Refreshing lush green domes jam-packed with intricate flowers remind us of fine lacework. The blossoms held upright on strong stems soften to creamy white and bloom reliably every year from summer to frost. Lovely for fresh or dried bouquets. The Invincibell® series of Hydrangeas are improved versions of the classic Annabelle Hydrangea renowned for their strong stems, reliable blooming and easy care. Smooth Hydrangea are native to North America in much of the central and southeastern United States. Hydrangea Invincibelle Limetta blooms on new wood so there is no worry about winter cold. Proven winners® are trialed and tested to be colorful, long blooming, carefree and easy to grow.

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Patent PP30,421 'NCHA8'

Plant Type Shrubs

Species arborescens

Height Tall 3-4'

Spacing Plant 3-4' apart

Bloom Time Early Summer to Early Fall

Sun / Shade Full Sun to Half Sun / Half Shade

Zones 3-8

Soil Type Normal, Acidic

Water Needs Medium

Sold In Plantable Pots (3.5x3.5x4")

Special Product

Proven Winners

These varieties have been proven in trials around the world to be vigorous and easy to grow. Best of all, Proven Winners are known to be absolutely covered with vibrant, long-blooming flowers.

Special Features

  • Attracts Butterflies
  • Good for Cut Flowers
  • Long-Blooming
  • Winter Interest

Planting Sites

  • Good for Hedge
  • Seaside/Salt Tolerant

Hydrangea General Information

Hydrangea are superb in the border for summer and autumn color. This shade-tolerant shrub is perfect for under trees and in the shadows of buildings. Provides winter interest too if flowers are left on. Great for indoor decorating as their flowers are easily dried. Idaho has restricted all potted plant material from being shipped into Idaho at this time.

Hydrangea Plant Care

No need to prune - has a nice natural shape. Can be cut to 6" in early spring. Cutting down to a base framework in early spring and ample feeding will yield extra large blooms.