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Tilt-A-Swirl Hydrangea-Potted

  • Tilt-A-Swirl Hydrangea bush
Considered a continuous bloomer, the Tilt-A-Swirl hydrangea produces blossoms that are real show-stoppers. And as the season progresses, the flowers deepen in color and continue to transform throughout the autumn months. You may find the perfect spot for a Tilt-A-Swirl in a container, bed, or border. It also works well as a specimen shrub.

 

While it doesn’t need much care, you’ll want to water this hydrangea once a week, more often in hotter weather. The best time for pruning is early spring, just before it comes out of dormancy. Be sure to remove the spent blooms from the previous year, and you can also cut back the top third of the woody branches.

Hardiness Zones

The tilt-a-swirl hydrangea-potted can be expected to grow in Hardiness Zones 5–9. View Map

Tree Type

This is a flowering shrub, typically planted for its profusion of flowers.

Growth Speed Slow Growth Rate

This shrub grows at a slow rate, with height increases of less than 12" per year.

Sun Preference