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Proven Winners Let's Dance Blue Jangles ColorChoice Hydrangea 4.5 in. Quart
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Let's Dance Blue Jangles ColorChoice Hydrangea 4.5 in. Quart

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The gorgeous rich blue (or pink) Re-blooming mop-head flowers of Let's Dance Blue Jangles are a visual delight. The bold flower color and sturdy stems make this shrub perfect for cutting gardens and add a dramatic touch to any setting. Flower color may be blue or pink depending on the pH of the soil. For best results, treat with Proven Winners fertilizers and irrigate with Proven Winners WaterWise kit.

  • Easy to grow and maintain
  • Blooms on old and new wood
  • Prefers moist, well-drained soils
  • Hardiness zones: 5 - 9
  • Sun to 1/2 day shade
  • Mature height: 24 in. - 36 in.
  • Mature width: 24 in. - 36 in.
  • Habit: mounded
  • Container role: thriller

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Can this plant be grown in a container?

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I live in South Dakota and it would winter kill over the winter* Could it be grown in a pot and brought indoors threw the winter?
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May 26, 2016
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yes it can be planted in a planter. You will need to bring it in for the winter. For questions and complete care instructions visit ProvenWinners.com/ShrubCare.
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Yes just bring it in in the winter.
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June 5, 2015
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Dear KitCat,
Thanks for asking! Blue Jangles can be a grown in a container then brought indoors for the winter. This variety of hydrangea will be dormant from Mid-November until April. I hope this helps.
Happy Gardening,
Vicki-ProvenWinnersDirect
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will blue jangles hydrangea stay blue in Boston soil without additives? is it cold hardy enough for Boston MA

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to get it more blue what do I do
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May 22, 2015
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Dear Momofbostonkid,
To encourage Blue Jangles blue flower color your are going to want to add aluminum sulfate to the soil. Boston is in Zone 5b which means he is cold hardy for your area.
Happy Gardening!
Vicki-ProvenWinnersDirect
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Is this plant heat hardy for Phoenix AZ?

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October 6, 2016
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Hi NEthumbinAZ,
Yes, the Let's Dance Blue Jangles hydrangea is heat hardy to zone 9, which is Phoenix AZ's zone. In warm climates like Arizona, these hydrangeas should be shaded during the hottest parts of the day. Full morning sun is best. Also, Let's Dance hydrangeas are best left unpruned - though they bloom on both old and new wood, you'll enjoy many more blooms over a longer period if you don't Read More
Hi NEthumbinAZ,
Yes, the Let's Dance Blue Jangles hydrangea is heat hardy to zone 9, which is Phoenix AZ's zone. In warm climates like Arizona, these hydrangeas should be shaded during the hottest parts of the day. Full morning sun is best. Also, Let's Dance hydrangeas are best left unpruned - though they bloom on both old and new wood, you'll enjoy many more blooms over a longer period if you don't prune them except to remove any dead wood in spring, once the new growth has emerged.
If you have any questions please call our hotline (734) 654- 7485.
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I live in their cold weather like 40 below possible what r my chances of it staying alive

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August 31, 2016
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Hi Tim,
Unfortunately this hydrangea would not be able to survive 40 below weather. It is hardy for zones 5-9, meaning the lowest temperature it is hardy for is about 20 below. You can find your exact hardiness zone by searching for the USDA Hardiness Zones Map on Google and then typing in your address.
If you have any additional questions, feel free to call us at (734) 654-7485.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Small, but hardy plant I planted this small hydrangea approximately six weeks ago. It's a quart, so it's not very large. It seemed to ship well, and arrived looking healthy, green and ready to plant. I left it in the pot for a few days just because I did not have a chance to plant it, and the leaves began to brown and wilt. However, as soon as I planted it and watered it well it came back quite green and strong. I have terrible soil made mostly of clay. Despite this fact, this hydrangea is doing well and living up to its "hardy" name. Like I said, I've had it planted for almost two months, and it still has not bloomed. I'm waiting for the blue blooms to appear... July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Arrived in great condition and survived a late frost I pulled up some very old (50+ year) azaleas to plant hydrangea. I went with these big leaf hydrangea as they can tolerate the strong sun in that particularly garden bed and because my wife likes blue flowers. I also went with the 4.5in qt as opposed to the gallon to save money and because I am not in a hurry. The hydrangea were packaged very well and arrived within a few days. It was early April and they had budded already. Maybe a week or two out of dormancy. See pictures I attached of the packaging, the top of the pots were covered with cardboard to limit dirt spillage. I planted them according to instruction. We had a frost two weeks later that severely damaged one, moderately damaged two others and did affect the fourth that much. I was worried but they all recovered. Only two will likely bloom this year. For what its worth, my large and established hydrangea received a lot of frost damage as well. We had two more bad frosts and I covered the new small hydrangea with big pots overnight which prevented anymore damage. It is now mid-May and they have all recovered and grown! In the photos you can see some of the damage. The tallest hydrangea is the one that had the least frost damage. Once a month I feed them with the MiracleGro fertilizer for acid-loving plants. The soil needs the right PH for a blue bloom. May 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by A Very Durable Bush The bush came in a box that was packed so the bush was not damaged but it did have some brown leaves. My wife planted it the day after we received it plus she always adds fertilizer and waters her plants every day which is very important. We have several Hydrangea bushes on our property and always have good luck with them. This bush comes back every year and they always sprout beautiful flowers. This bush will get up to three feet wide and tall. May 21, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Still small, but looks very healthy. Will write a new one in the Spring to see if it survives a Northeast winter! October 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Let's Dance Blue Jangles My plant arrived boxed to travel. No damage during travels. Looked healthy and ready to go in the ground. Comes with planting and care instructions. I chose an area in my yard where it will get part sun/part shade. Supposed to grow 2 to 3 feet wide. I allowed enough room for growth. Looking forward to those big blue blooms. It's a compact plant that blooms blue in acidic soil and pink in alkaline soil. May 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beauiful Hydrangea When I got the plant it was very small, but it has grown about a foot in two weeks. I have always wanted an Hydrangea in my yard, so we cleared a space to put it . It is a vigorous grower. The Proven Winner brand is the best plant company. The shipping was very good, not an oz of dirt spilled. Very good boxes and packaged good. I love the bush and it is a lovely color. June 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very Pleased with Hydrangea I am very pleased with this purchase. The plants were healthy and green on arrival. The packaging kept them upright, snug and undamaged. All of the hydrangea plants are doing well. There was no die off of any of the plants or parts of the plants. I am surprised to have some blossoms this first year. I would order plants from Home Depot again. July 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Arrived healthy and ready to plant I was impressed by the speed of delivery and condition of plants shipped across the nation. They are in the ground and thriving after only a week. September 16, 2014
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