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L.C. (Massachusetts)
Love This plant and Great Garden Plants Overall

I bought 6 of these as 1 quart size on March 26, 2021. They arrived around 4/6. I unpacked them right away but couldn’t plant them for about 2 weeks. I did water them them in a nice spot until I could get to them. I planted them with compost and fertilizer. I also set up a sprinkler with a timer to water them every morning at 5am. They were super tiny little things, but after 6 months they are all thriving and have grown about 4-5xs their size. It’s amazing to see how well they have performed and I can’t wait to see them come back in the spring. I also just bought 5 more to plant before the first frost - making a hydrangea headgear now and I can’t wait to see it grow. Very very happy with my purchase!!!
Photos of the plants after just 6 months!

J
J.S. (Oregon)
Very sensitive to heat and burns easily even in morning sun

I have been shocked at how fragile these plants are. During heat waves I have had to water them twice a day and they still fried.

Hello Jan! Most varieties tolerate full sun in the North, but benefit from afternoon shade. We recommend that if growing in full sun only if grown with consistent moisture. These plants are intolerant of drought, with foliage tending to decline considerably in dry conditions.

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A.B. (Illinois)
Teeny tiny plants

Thought the prices were great until the plants arrived. Everything was exceptionally small. My hydrangeas are struggling in this hot dry weather, despite being watered regularly. Not sure they’re going to make it through the summer. Too fragile because they’re too immature.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
33%
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L
L.C. (Massachusetts)
Love This plant and Great Garden Plants Overall

I bought 6 of these as 1 quart size on March 26, 2021. They arrived around 4/6. I unpacked them right away but couldn’t plant them for about 2 weeks. I did water them them in a nice spot until I could get to them. I planted them with compost and fertilizer. I also set up a sprinkler with a timer to water them every morning at 5am. They were super tiny little things, but after 6 months they are all thriving and have grown about 4-5xs their size. It’s amazing to see how well they have performed and I can’t wait to see them come back in the spring. I also just bought 5 more to plant before the first frost - making a hydrangea headgear now and I can’t wait to see it grow. Very very happy with my purchase!!!
Photos of the plants after just 6 months!

J
J.S. (Oregon)
Very sensitive to heat and burns easily even in morning sun

I have been shocked at how fragile these plants are. During heat waves I have had to water them twice a day and they still fried.

Hello Jan! Most varieties tolerate full sun in the North, but benefit from afternoon shade. We recommend that if growing in full sun only if grown with consistent moisture. These plants are intolerant of drought, with foliage tending to decline considerably in dry conditions.

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A.B. (Illinois)
Teeny tiny plants

Thought the prices were great until the plants arrived. Everything was exceptionally small. My hydrangeas are struggling in this hot dry weather, despite being watered regularly. Not sure they’re going to make it through the summer. Too fragile because they’re too immature.