Hydrangea, Oakleaf Pee Wee
Flowers slowly age to pink and then brown, and are quite attractive in dried arrangements. Distinctive oak-like deep green leaves turn attractive shades of bronze, crimson and purple in fall. Exfoliating bark provides winter interest. A handsome and versatile native American shrub with outstanding year round ornamental interest.
Exposure: Part Shade to sun
Shape: Dwarf rounded
Flower: White fading to burgundy
Fall Color: Deep burgundy to reds