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Bobo ColorChoice Hydrangea 4.5 in. Quart

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Model # HYDPRC1087800

Internet # 204636529

This delightful dwarf Hydrangea will definitely turn heads. Bobo is engulfed by large white flowers in the summer that will turn light pink in the fall and are held up on strong stems that continue to lengthen as they bloom. Bobo is an asset to any garden, particularly those in which space is limited. Hydrangeas will flower the best throughout the season when you use Proven Winners fertilizers and irrigate with Proven Winners Water Wise kit.

  • Important, this product will be dormant from mid November until April
  • P. Allen Smith platinum collection
  • Won gold floral medal for best novelty plant
  • Blooms every year with little to no maintenance
  • Dwarf plant with abundant white summer flowers
  • In fall flowers blooms may turn pinkish
  • Hardy in zones 3 - 9
  • Excels in containers and landscape
  • Full sun to 1/2 day shade
  • Mature height: 30 - 36 in.
  • Habit: mounding, container role: filler

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Dimensions
Mature Height (in.) 
36 
Mature Width (in.) 
48 
Details
Additional Characteristics 
None Listed 
Blossom Color 
White 
Botanical Name 
Hydrangea paniculata 
Common Name 
Hydrangea 
Hardiness Zone 
3,4,5,6,7,8,9 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Shipped As 
Container 
Sun Tolerance 
Full Sun 
Water Requirements 
Medium 

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Can this be a container plant? I can't put anything in the ground in my tiny backyard.

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April 4, 2016
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Hi Trish,
Yes, it can grow in a container. In fact we encourage it. I love this plant! It is a perfect little ball of white color. If you are looking to get a quart please keep in mind that is fairly small (about the size of a wide coffee cup). You might want to plant a few in a container if you are looking full color this year. Otherwise I would recommend a larger size, we also offer these in gallon Read More
Hi Trish,
Yes, it can grow in a container. In fact we encourage it. I love this plant! It is a perfect little ball of white color. If you are looking to get a quart please keep in mind that is fairly small (about the size of a wide coffee cup). You might want to plant a few in a container if you are looking full color this year. Otherwise I would recommend a larger size, we also offer these in gallon and 3 gallon sizes.
Please let us know if you have any other questions. You can always call our hotline if you need any extra tips of tricks. (734)654-7485
Thank you,
Shane Franklin Rogers
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April 3, 2016
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This product may be planted in a container.
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I live in Raleigh, North Carolina

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Am I in the correct zone for this plant to grow and not die?
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December 17, 2014
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I live in St. Cloud Florida will I havve a problem growing this plant. I do not know what zone I am in.
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Hey Debbie,
Hardiness Zones, Gardening Zones, Growing Zones and Plant Zones refer to defined geographic regions that can support specific plants, flowers and trees. The zones define a minimum range of temperatures that a plant or tree can survive safely in that zone. The most commonly used Hardiness Zones were defined by the USDA.
Hardiness Zones for BOBO COLOR-CHOICE HYDRANGEA are: 3a, 3b, 4a, 4b, 5a, Read More
Hey Debbie,
Hardiness Zones, Gardening Zones, Growing Zones and Plant Zones refer to defined geographic regions that can support specific plants, flowers and trees. The zones define a minimum range of temperatures that a plant or tree can survive safely in that zone. The most commonly used Hardiness Zones were defined by the USDA.
Hardiness Zones for BOBO COLOR-CHOICE HYDRANGEA are: 3a, 3b, 4a, 4b, 5a, 5b, 6a, 6b, 7a, 7b, 8a, 8b, 9a
Here is the map for North Carolina's USDA Plant Hardiness Zones: As you can see the answer to your question would be Yes you are in the correct zone for this Plant to grow in! :)
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Will my hydrangea survive in Dewey, AZ?

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March 14, 2016
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Hi Sissy,
It is a close call Sissy. It looks like Dewey is right on the boarder between zone 9 and zone 10. This plant is only recommended up to zone 9. If I had to choose, I would think it would survive, although I cannot guarantee that. This hydrangea needs to go dormant each year, and if it stays to hot it will not go dormant and eventually die because of this. Please feel free to reach out to us Read More
Hi Sissy,
It is a close call Sissy. It looks like Dewey is right on the boarder between zone 9 and zone 10. This plant is only recommended up to zone 9. If I had to choose, I would think it would survive, although I cannot guarantee that. This hydrangea needs to go dormant each year, and if it stays to hot it will not go dormant and eventually die because of this. Please feel free to reach out to us with any more questions!
Thank you,
Shane Franklin Rogers
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When is a good time to plant the hydrangea?

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October 13, 2015
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Dear bdoll,
Great question! You didn't mention the growing zone you live in, however, our Bobo® Hardy Hydrangea is ready for planting in Hardiness zones 3 - 8 until a couple of weeks or so prior to your first mild frost to allow the root system to get established. A good idea is to lay mulch around the base of Bobo® after planting to protect his root system throughout the winter months. I hope this
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Dear bdoll,
Great question! You didn't mention the growing zone you live in, however, our Bobo® Hardy Hydrangea is ready for planting in Hardiness zones 3 - 8 until a couple of weeks or so prior to your first mild frost to allow the root system to get established. A good idea is to lay mulch around the base of Bobo® after planting to protect his root system throughout the winter months. I hope this helps!
Happy gardening,
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good so far The Bobo ColorChoice Hydrangea arrived in great shape -- all the leaves were healthy and attached. The box in which it arrived was sturdy, and did a great job keeping the plant upright. The care instructions are informative and helpful. I planted the hydrangea in mid-August, and, a little over a week later, haven't seen any new growth. That being said, though, the plant is still looking healthy, so I'm not too worried and fully expect it to grown in its own good time. Obviously, I can't speak to the full-grown grown health of the plant since it's only a few weeks old, but I'm excited to see this bad boy once it's full grown at around 30-36" H x 3'4" W. August 30, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Healthy and hopeful This very sturdy, healthy plant arrived well packed and in perfect condition. While small, it is fully leaved and I believe it will grow well in my garden. I am looking forward to its progress and feel that it has been given an excellent start so now it will be up to me to care for it so I can enjoy flowers in the future. Needless to say, if you do not have time to wait, purchase a larger plant. See photos attached. September 17, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by BoBo Hydrangea For $24 I thought it would be a bigger plant. I planted it so we will see if it comes up in the Spring. December 8, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Too small This plant is extremely small and not very durable for what I paid for it $16.96. I really don't think it will make it to grow to be of any value December 9, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Happily surprised great product The plant arrived in excellent shape, pleasantly surprised September 22, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Did not survive the summer Bought 2 plants in the spring. Planted according to the directions and watered regularly. Both plants did great through the spring and started to bloom. Once summer started both plants wilted and died. While it has been a warm summer here in Las Vegas, I expected the plants to survive because the growing zone is listed as 6-9. I was really looking forward to the beautiful blooms through the summer. August 13, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Didn't Last My wife planted this for us at our front step, and it died. My wife is a certified Master Gardner, knows how to properly plant a shrub and amended the soil appropriately. It also received regular watering. One disclaimer; we had another unusually harsh winter in Tennessee this year, so I am unsure if that would account for the death of the shrub, but it wasn't anything we did! April 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by wonderful Received hydrangea and looks great, but with temps ranging 93-103 have not planted it yet. Looks great but will have to wait to plant when we get a little cooler weather, then will have to wait to see what it looks like next spring. Can't wait for spring as appears to be a wonderful Hydrangea with beautiful blooms. Will be sure to follow up with more info in the spring, very excited. August 28, 2014
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