Hydrangea, Lady In Red
Description: Lady in Red Hydrangea has lacecap flowers that open a pinkish white and turn a lush burgundy rose as they mature. The foliage is deep dark green but turns rich reddish-purple in the fall. Foliage has distinctive red stems and veins throughout the growing season that highlight this distinctive plant. Lady in red hydrangea is a compact mounded habit hydrangea with high mildew resistance and sturdy stems.
Common Name: Lady In Red Hydrangea
Scientific Name: Hydrangea macrophylla 'Lady in Red'
Type: Perennial, Shrub
Exposure: Morning Sun, Afternoon Shade
Size: 3-5' height, 3-5' spread
Bloom Color: White, Red, Blue, Pink
Bloom Period: June - Fall
Foliage Color: Green foliage in the Spring. Reddish / Purple in the Fall
Landscape Use: Containers/ Planters, Foundation, Hedges, Landscape Beds, Outdoor Living Areas, Shrub Border, Small Groups, Under Shade Tree, Woodland Border
Growth Rate: Moderate
Zone: 5 - 9
Companion Plants: Rhododendron, Oakleaf Hyrdrangea, Hosta, Astilbe, Coral Bells