Oakleaf Hydrangea is a deciduous shrub. The leaves have and oak leaf-like appearance with deep, pointed lobes. In early summer, white panicle flowers appear. In the fall the leaves turn shades of orange, red and purple.
EXPOSURE: Full sun to partial shade
FALL COLOR: Red-Purple
FLOWER COLOR: White to pink
BLOOM TIME: May-July
Photos by Scott Beuerlein