This hydrangea is a wonderful cultivar. It is called Little Lime. It has puffy and conical shaped pale green bloom that fade to white or cream. In the fall the blossoms also become tinted with pink on the edges. This is a fairly compact hydrangea that is about 4 to 5 feet in diameter. It is also very winter hardy, and came through the winter better than the rest of my hydrangeas. I purchased mine at Applied Climatology in the West Chester Growers Market
Here is their inventory for this coming Saturday (as in tomorrow):
Sad and to be mentioned in local nursery news is that one of my favorite nurseries is consolidating their business to their Chadds Ford, PA location. Woodlawn Nursery which is on the old Potter’s site at Sugartown Road and Paoli Pike in Malvern is having a consolidation sale. I will miss them when they are gone from Malvern, but am glad they are keeping their Chadds Ford location. They do excellent work and their plants have been amazing. Plus they are super nice people.
Oh and just so you all know, this is not a compensated blog. If I post about goods and services it’s because I want to, it’s not a services swap or direct compensation. There is nothing wrong with bloggers who do that, but I want to be clear about my own blog.
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