Plants: CITYLINE Dwarf Hydrangea Series
Never worry about how to prune your hydrangea again! The Cityline series of hydrangea are naturally tight and compact so they don't need to be pruned to stay neat and tidy.
The short habit also make these beauties easy to protect in the winter. Simply rake leaves on top of these little plants to ensure the buds are protected.
The plant may be petite but the flowers are large and vibrant. Flower color varies - Acid soils results in bluer flowers.
Hardiness: USDA Zone 5
Bloom Time: Summer to fall
Bloom Color: Each is a different shade of pink or blue (dependent upon pH)
Foliage Color: Glossy Green
Fall Color: Remains glossy green
Size: 1 – 3 feet
Exposure: Full sun to partial shade
Soil: Well-drained soil
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Check out these popular varieties of Cityline Hydrangea:
CITYLINE® Berlin - Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Berlin Rabe’
The largest and fastest growing plant in the Cityline series.
This beauty boasts large rich pink flowers that are accented with a fresh green color as they emerge.
Glossy dark green foliage. pp# 10,912
CITYLINE® MARS Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Ramars’
A new compact Cityline selection with with unique bi-colored flowers.
Large and showy blooms are long lasting and change to an attractive green with age.
Excellent mildew resistance.
CITYLINE® Paris - Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Paris Rapa’
Paris has glossy dark green foliage and large flowers that emerge green and red and mature to a dark pink red. pp# 10,906
CITYLINE® RIO Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Raga’
One of the best blue colored flowers and glossy foliage.
A compact plant with large flowers. Attractive green eye when opening.
CITYLINE® Venice - Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Venice Raven’
Venice is very compact, has glossy dark green foliage and large flowers that emerge green and fuchsia pink.
On acid soils or in container with aluminum sulfate the flowers are a rich blue. pp# 10,928
CITYLINE® Vienna - Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Vienna Rawi’
Vienna is a compact plant with thick stems and large flowers.
Flowers emerge green and mature to a clear pink.
On acid soils or in container with aluminum sulfate the flowers are a rich blue. pp# 10,930
Learn More about Hydrangea Varieties and their Care!