Small Hydrangeas that Won't Overgrow Your Space

Hydrangeas are low-maintenance shrubs known for their large, stunning flowers. However, one factor has limited their application in smaller gardens: size.

Many hydrangeas are large, crowding out surrounding plants. Plant breeders have worked hard to create tiny hydrangea types that yet produce stunning flowers.

Most of these smaller or dwarf hydrangea cultivars grow to be three or four feet tall or shorter, making them ideal for compact areas.

Plant them in containers on your patio, porch, or balcony, or as a low hedge or foundation plant. These petite hydrangeas,

either planted in a perennial border or in the foreground of a mixed shrub border, produce months of nonstop blossoms.

Hydrangeas come in numerous varieties, including bigleaf, panicle, and oakleaf. Each has unique features, but no matter which variety you want, there are limited varieties accessible. 

Here are 18 great choices.As the name implies, bigleaf hydrangeas (Hydrangea macrophylla) have large leaves.

They also produce huge flowers, which might be ball-shaped mopheads or delicate-looking lacecaps.

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