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Proven Winners Little Lime ColorChoice Hydrangea - 1 Gal. Shrub
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Little Lime ColorChoice Hydrangea - 1 Gal. Shrub

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Little Lime packs quite the visual punch with its color-changing blooms. Lime green blooms open on strong stems turning to a bright pink as the season progresses. This shrub is perfect for landscapes and cutting gardens. For best performance, treat with Proven Winners fertilizers and irrigate with Proven Winners WaterWise kit.

  • Dwarf variety
  • Easy to grow and maintain
  • Blooms on new wood
  • May be pruned in late winter or early spring
  • Hardiness zones: 3 - 9
  • Sun to 1/2 day shade
  • Mature height: 36 in. - 60 in.
  • Mature width: 36 in. - 60 in.
  • Habit: mounded
  • Container role: thriller

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Will there be any big flowers with the plant when ordering it now?

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April 14, 2016
I found that many hydrangea sold in nurseries or supermarkets are already with many big blooms. So wonder if I will receive just branches or with many flowers if I order now in April?
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June 1, 2016
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Mine came in April without any flowers.
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April 26, 2016
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My plant did not have blooms on arrival but is very healthy and looks like it will bloom soon.
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April 23, 2016
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Mine arrived without flowers.
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April 19, 2016
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Hi Beginner,
Only in mid to late summer (think June). The ones in your garden center are early blooming hydrangeas. These are late blooming hydrangeas. If you ordered these in April they will be green and with developing buds. In general it is better to buy a plant that is budding and not blooming. After all, you want the blooms in your yard. If you buy them blooming you may not get another set of Read More
Hi Beginner,
Only in mid to late summer (think June). The ones in your garden center are early blooming hydrangeas. These are late blooming hydrangeas. If you ordered these in April they will be green and with developing buds. In general it is better to buy a plant that is budding and not blooming. After all, you want the blooms in your yard. If you buy them blooming you may not get another set of blooms for another couple months.
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Shane
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how or if i can do anything to bring life to my plant?

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rochester ny
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May 9, 2015
i bought 3 little lime hydrangea plants 3 years ago and they blossomed beautiful but last year they didn't blossom at all. I see little green stems on the sides of the bark trying to grow on two but not on one but nothing comes from it. is there anything i can do to bring life back to them and is there something i did wrong..there in mostly sun but do have shade.
thank you.
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September 27, 2015
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prune in late winter/early spring. Fertilize in spring. apply 2-3 inches of mulch. keep moist.( Hydrangea's like water). .
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May 11, 2015
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Dear greenthumb101,
This is the perfect time to ask this question! Your Little Lime grows on new wood, so prune all three of your hydrangea and follow through with a great fertilizer such as our 2.5 Pound Jar of Proven Winners Premium Continuous Release Plant Food which has a temperature-sensitive coating that delivers more nutrients during peak growing periods when the weather is the warmest and plants
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Dear greenthumb101,
This is the perfect time to ask this question! Your Little Lime grows on new wood, so prune all three of your hydrangea and follow through with a great fertilizer such as our 2.5 Pound Jar of Proven Winners Premium Continuous Release Plant Food which has a temperature-sensitive coating that delivers more nutrients during peak growing periods when the weather is the warmest and plants need food the most and can also be ordered online at Home Depot.com. Your Little Lime will need pruning in late winter and spring so the blooms will just keep on coming! I hope this helps.
Happy Gardening,
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My stems aren't strong and my blooms hang on the ground. Is this normal?

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August 29, 2016
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Hi Tricia,
It is common for young Hydrangeas to droop in the first year as they are focused on growing. You can pinch them back in the spring to help them out. Once they get a couple of years old, they will not droop.
If you have any other questions, feel free to call us at (734) 654-7485.
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Hailee
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I would like to plant the little lime in front of my south facing house

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I get full sun beginning 11:30 am. I guess this is not a good choice? I live in Zone 7.
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June 13, 2016
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Hi Lisa,
You are in the correct zone to grow the Little Lime ColorChoice Hydrangea. Hydrangeas do need a lot of light to bloom well, however, the heat of afternoon sun can be too much for them. If there is an area in your yard that is full sun in the morning and partly shaded in the afternoon, that would be the best place for your Little Lime.
If you have any questions please call our hotline at (734) Read More
Hi Lisa,
You are in the correct zone to grow the Little Lime ColorChoice Hydrangea. Hydrangeas do need a lot of light to bloom well, however, the heat of afternoon sun can be too much for them. If there is an area in your yard that is full sun in the morning and partly shaded in the afternoon, that would be the best place for your Little Lime.
If you have any questions please call our hotline at (734) 654-7485.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Plants by Mail I received this hydrangea for free in exchange for writing this review. If you don't have a good nursery nearby, this is a great way to get specialty plants. The plants come packaged well, and arrive in the condition of the place they left. In this case the plants shipped from Michigan and arrived in Seattle. Were a little ahead of Michigan right now, so the plants look a little delayed compared to everything else. Don't expect the plants to arrive in bloom like the marketing picture. Also beware of the weather conditions between your house and Michigan. I tried this once before and the plants froze and died. I haven't had these for a full season yet, so I can't comment on the quality of the blooms or the health of the plant. April 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Add some color.. This was the first time getting a plant through the mail. I was a bit nervous until I saw how it was shipped, as shown in the picture. It arrived in perfect condition. As you can see, it came as a small, non budding plant. After removing the plant and decided to put it in a location that receives equal amount of sun/shade throughout the day. Unfortunately, during that same time, the house was getting painted and through the carelessness of the painters, the plant was trampled. I have no doubt it would have grown like it should have. At this point I will replace it and move on. May 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Quality Shrub This was my first experience buying plants online and I was skeptical. I was curious how it would ship and whether the quality would be good. The shrub was well packaged and arrived in perfect condition. It was nicely pruned and appears healthy. The soil was a bit dry but not concerningly so. I watered it and am ready to find the perfect spot to plant it. April 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Little Lime Hydrangea - 1 gal. Shrub Little Lime shrub is a smaller form of 'Limelight'. Little Lime hydrangea will mature to about 4 feet tall, with a spread of 4 feet. This plant is sold online and arrives in protected packaging. The hydrangea arrived very healthy is ready for planting. Even though the plant is not yet blooming it should mature to have large lime green blooms that will turn bright pink later on in the season. Suggested planting in sun and hardiness zones are 3-9 so this plant should be great in SC. Suggested treatments for this species will be to continue the Proven Winners fertilizers and irrigate with WaterWise kit. Instructions also suggest applying a thick mulch around the root zone in winter to protect it in exposed locations or colder zones. I’m looking forward to all the large blooms. April 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Impressive for plant delivery The hydrangea showed up packaged surprisingly well, the pot all held in place and the branches with space inside the box. It came pretty small, no flowers yet, so I can't tell what it is really going to look like. But I've had it outside still in the pot for a while with the heat and rain and it is holding up really well so far. Looking forward to getting this planted and seeing it bloom! June 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Little lime colorchoice hydrangea This was a beautiful hydrangea shrub through out the spring and summer. I planted. this in a large pot on my patio. It was easily planted and It grew quickly and had many blooms. The color was pretty but not as lime colored as I had hope. The blooms were of an average size and a pale green. Keep the dead blooms cut off and many more will appear. I hope it blooms next year. November 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Really looking forward to seeing it grow and grow When I first got the plant I was a bit concerned since it looked totally dried out, but fortunately the grower had anticipated the concern and included a note with an explanation. Since then I have planted the shrub and it is growing healthy leaves already and I look forward to the blooms later. I am impressed with the concern the grower showed, not only did they include the note as mentioned above, but they also called me when we experienced this cold spell earlier in the season to alert me to a delay in shipping due to the cold. I call this great customer service and it was noteworthy because so not expected. Thanks! The plant was healthy and very well packaged for shipping, so it arrived without any problem. Definitely a worthwhile experience. April 24, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Not really a butterfly bush This plant is doing well and it growing as should be expected. We saw "butterfly shrub" and thought that it would be similar to the one that we lost last year, which was more like a lilac. However, this is actually a "hydrangea". It has made a nice addition to our landscaping. I cannot yet say whether or not it attracts butterflies as it is early in the season. May 18, 2015
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