The Most Important Breeding Breakthrough of the Decade!
Invincibelle® Spirit Hydrangea
Hardy through zone 3 in the north!
A portion of every sale of this remarkable new shrub is donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
|Genus ||Hydrangea |
|Species ||arborescens |
|Variety ||'NCHA1' |
|ppaf ||PPAF, CBRAF |
|Item Form ||1-Quart |
|Zone ||3 - 9 |
|Bloom Start to End ||Mid Summer - Late Fall |
|Habit ||Compact |
|PlantHeight ||3 ft - 4 ft |
|PlantWidth ||3 ft - 4 ft |
|Additional Characteristics ||Bloom First Year, Butterfly Lovers, Easy Care Plants, Fall Color, Fast Growing, Free Bloomer, Long Bloomers |
|Bloom Color ||Light Rose, Pink |
|Foliage Color ||Medium Green, Yellow |
|Light Requirements ||Full Sun, Part Shade |
|Moisture Requirements ||Moist, well-drained |
|Resistance ||Cold Hardy, Disease Resistant, Humidity Tolerant, Pest Resistant |
|Soil Tolerance ||Clay, Normal, loamy |
|Uses ||Border, Containers, Cut Flowers, Fall Color, Hedge, Specimen |
|Restrictions ||Canada, Guam, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands |
"The" Hydrangea for Central Oregon
We have crazy weather in Central Oregon, often experiencing a frost in the middle of summer and we are in @ zone 4 so we can't have the grogeous big mopheads so I decided to try this Invincibelle Spirit Hydrangea. These are gorgeous! I had so many blooms the first season and then last year all three of my plantz were the star of my garden.I've seen advice not to plant them under trees but two of mine are under Ponderosa pines and just thrive in the dappled light. If they can grow here they can probably grow most anywhere.