Landscapers in Virginia Beach

Early Evolution presents an entirely distinct type of blossom, covering the plant with a sea of blooms, making it maybe the most unusual panicle hydrangea available. Buds start to form in late spring, and this is when the evolution of flower color starts earlier than subsequent stages.

Five months of blooming, with flowers that start off lime-white, turn pure white, blush as they get older, and end out dark pink in September! Its pleasant, small stature makes it simple to nestle into most garden beds.

Virginia Beach hydrangea

This plant does well in a landscape that includes Lavender, Heuchera, Dogwood and Rose of Sharon. Early Evolution Hydrangea, which maintains a compact 24 inches in height and width, is perfect for planting in a container or edging a walkway or border.