Full Sun, Part Shade
Average, Moist, Well-drained
Has average water needs. It does not respond well to any period of extended sogginess, like overwatering or heavy continuous rain events.
Nothing special required. If desired, you may apply a granular fertilizer formulated for flowering woody plants in late winter/early spring when the soil is workable.
Pruning is not generally recommended.
Although they make a beautiful cut flower, keep in mind that harvesting can impact the future flower display.
A hydrangea hybrid (H. macrophylla × serrata) this is a standout for consistent, yearly blooming, whether you grow it in Michigan or Florida.
In any kind of soil pH, Let’s Dance Sky View® has the loveliest sky-colored hue, just like a sunrise. Breezy light blue, soft lavender, or icy pink. Sometimes you’ll even get all three colors on one plant! Its floral show starts out honeydew-green, with the edges of the sepals tinged blue, pink, or lavender. For gardeners who yearn for a blue hydrangea, this one is very easy to turn. The light hue makes a perfect companion to other blue flowering plants, adding depth to your color palette. Its mid-size habit fits nicely into container displays, mixed beds, and at the front of the border. When it comes to garden planning, perhaps it’s time to reach for the sky?