The Twist-n-Shout® Endless Summer Hydrangea is the very first re-blooming Lacecap Hydrangea!
With a long bloom time from late spring through fall, you'll have plenty of time to enjoy the loads of gorgeous, lacy blooms! Depending on your soil pH the color ranges from a deep pink to a periwinkle blue. The color can be adjusted by tweaking your soil pH. A unique feature of this hydrangea are the sturdy, bright red stems that have no problem supporting large flowers. No bent over branches with the Twist-n-Shout®!
This variety grows in an upright, but mounded fashion. The mature size is 3-5 feet tall and wide so you have tons of options in your landscape! Try the Twist-n-Shout® in a colorful hedge or in a container on your porch or deck. This Hydrangea is sure to shine no matter how you use it! Optimal growing conditions are partial shade and well-drained, rich, moist soil.
Snatch up your Twist-n-Shout® Endless Summer Hydrangea today, before we sell out of this popular variety!
When Should This Shrub Be Pruned?
You don’t need to prune hydrangeas, but pruning after they are done blooming can help encourage a bushier growth and renew an older plant.
How To Winterize These Hydrangea
Continue to water your hydrangea during the winter, just water less frequently. Feed these shrubs well before going into winter so nutrients are readily available once they come out of dormancy. Mulch the base of the shrub to insulate the roots system from extreme winter temperatures.
Where Should I Plant This Hydrangea?
Pick a spot with well drained soil and full sun to part shade conditions in grow zones 4-9.
When planting your Twist and Shout Hydrangea be sure you have the right location and conditions for your new plants to thrive. Spring and Fall are ideal times to plant Hydrangeas. Avoid planting hydrangeas in summer when temperatures are mid80s or higher.
The Twist and Shout Hydrangea requires full sun to part shade and prefers moist, well-drained, fertile soil. In hot climates, hydrangeas will do best with some shade. If you have alkaline soil and want a blue hydrangea, be sure to amend your soil. To acidify your soil, amend with aluminum sulfate or elemental sulfur. If you are seeking a pink color, add lime several times per year. Keep the soil moist, but not saturated, especially in summer and in the first year after planting. Throughout its life Hydrangeas will do best with a deep watering once weekly during hot temperatures. Mulching at about 3 inches deep is highly recommended for hydrangeas. Mulching will cut back on watering needs and protect your plant in extreme temperatures. Choose a slow release fertilizer for flowering plants. Fertilize once in spring after the last chance of frost and again in early summer for best results. You don’t need to prune hydrangeas, but pruning after they are done blooming can help encourage a bushier growth and renew an older plant.
The best way to prevent disease and pests is by providing the appropriate care for your plants. Proper location choice, watering, and fertilization are the keys to your success. You can treat mites, scale, whiteflies, and aphids naturally with neem oil or insecticidal soap. For severe infections you can use pesticides like carbaryl, also known as Sevin. Fungal infection can be prevented by making sure the planting site has good drainage and by avoiding overhead watering. Fungal infections can be treated with a fungicide. Generally, treating fungus after infection isn't effective so if you have problems with other plants or in a prior year, treat preventatively in early spring.
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|Soil Type||Well Drained|
|Mature Height||3-4 Feet|
|Mature Width||3-4 Feet|
|Bloom Color||Multicolored, Pink, Purple|
|Brand||Endless Summer Collection|