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Model #14748

2 Gal. Bloom Struck Hydrangea Plant with Pink and Purple Flowers

  • Beautiful reblooming purple and pink blooms
  • Plant in part shade; USDA zones 4-9
  • Plant will ship dormant if ordered mid-fall to mid-spring
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Product Overview

The Bloom struck Endless Summer hydrangea is a hardy, disease-resistant and time-tested sensation. The Bloom struck hydrangea also can bloom as an eye-catching pink hydrangea OR purple hydrangea by adjusting your soils pH level as needed. This versatility and demonstrated quality makes The Bloom struck hydrangea a must for your garden landscape!
  • Large full blooms throughout Spring and Summer
  • Changes color with color kits
  • Product will be dormant from mid November until April
  • Partial shade
  • Flowers can be cut and used in vases and floral arrangements
  • Hardy in USDA zones 4 to 9
  • Deciduous - loses it leaves during the winter months
  • Plants are trimmed at times when shipped to promote plant health

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Specifications

Dimensions

Mature Height (in.)
48 in
Mature Width (in.)
36 in

Details

Additional Characteristics
None Listed
Annual / Perennial
Perennial
Average Shipping Height (in.)
20
Best Time to Plant
Spring to Fall
Blossom Color
Assorted Colors
Botanical Name
Hydrangea macrophylla 'PIIHM-II' PP25, 566
Common Name
Hydrangea
Evergreen or Deciduous
Deciduous
Fragrance
Slight
Granular (Yes/No)
Yes
Growth Habit
Mounded
Hardiness Zone
4 (-30 to -20 F),5 (-20 to -10 F),6 (-10 to 0 F),7 (0 to 10 F),8 (10 to 20 F),9 (20 to 30 F)
Number of plants included (Pack-Size)
1
Optimal Soil Condition
Neutral
Recommended Space Between Plantings (in.)
36
Returnable
180-Day
Shipped As
Container
Sun Tolerance
Part Sun
Water Requirements
Twice a week
Wildlife Attracted
No Wildlife Attracted
Wildlife Deterred
No Wildlife Deterred

Questions & Answers

11Questions10Answers

what size pot can I use for these? I see pots are measured in inches but this plant is in gallons.

Asked by Matt April 16, 2020
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These plants grow so big you need to plant them in the ground.

Would the Hydrangea Plant be a good choice for Florida?

Asked by ga April 28, 2020
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Not sure...I don’t know if it could take continuous sun all day...they like sun and can withstand heat but they also need a break from it and so I would suggest planting it where it can get a break. It’s a beautiful plant but also need a good amount of water...you’ll see the petals wilting which will be your indicator that it needs more water. Try it...they’re not that expensive and it makes for a beautiful shrublike flowering plant!

My plant arrived with mostly dead leaves. I planted it anyway hoping it would bounce back and hav...

Asked by Heather April 24, 2020
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I would say return it now. I ordered 2 and the leaves were green and so it sounds like you May have received a plant that didn’t survive the travel for some reason. Attached is a photo of what my hydrangea looks like. Good luck

If I buy it now (beginning of Apr), will it arrive dormant? Can I plant it in Apr?

Asked by Andy April 8, 2020
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Yes you can plant it now. It will arrive with buds!

WHAT SIZE POT CAN I USE FOR THESE? I SEE POTS ARE MEASURED IN INCHES BUT THIS PLANT IS IN GALLONS.

Asked by MC April 16, 2020
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This plant is ideally planted in the ground. You’ll need a very good size pot if you can’t put it in the ground for some reason.

What is the typical height of a 2 gallon hydrangea upon arrival?

Asked by MellyBelly April 6, 2020
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My plants were 8-12 inch woody sticks with 2-4 green leaves when they were planted in mid April. Mine was planted in sandy soil under an oak tree with osmocote slow release fertilizer sprinkled around the plant. It was deeply watered once weekly (1/3 of a 5 gallon bucket) starting in June when temps rose to 80s and little rain had fallen. Plants didn't really start to produce leaves until May and then set buds in June with blooming starting the end of June in East Brunswick, NJ (planting zone 7a). Advice on-line said biggest errors people make are planting too deep or back filling planting holes with not loose enough soil; recommendation was 50/50 mix of top soil and peat moss. I only used some top soil since I already have sandy loose soil.

What size planter do you need for this plant? I

Asked by Suzanneina April 21, 2020
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This plant needs to go into the ground

The price is per box, so how many 2 gal. plants come in a box?

Asked by award18 February 22, 2020
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Dear Valuable Homedepot Customer, There is only one plant per box.

I am wanting to plant these in a large ceramic pot, with no drainage hole. What kind of rock/grav...

Asked by jjo1321 April 30, 2020
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I was disappointed to the pointed of being angry. The hydrangea was MUCH smaller than described on line and had absolutely zero blooms.....NOT even ONE SINGLE BUD!

Same question: How many plants come to a box???? If you are going to list it as a box price, you should state how many plants, etc are included.

Asked by Stacey March 2, 2020
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Dear Valuable Homedepot Customer, There is only one plant per box.

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It's dead jim
Purchased 4 of these plants in April - so far, 3 of them until last week were growing and doing well. This week all three are now dead Thought there was a warranty but can not find this information. Going to cut them back to the roots, but right now these plants are garbage. Was hoping to have a wonderful showpiece on my front lawn, but these plants never really took progressed past the immature plants - . Going to replace these plants from my local nursery and avoid Home Depot / Proven winners stock - proven winners should be renamed proven losers
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Wow Intense Pink Blooms
I live in East Brunswick, NJ in planting zone 7a with sandy soil. Three 2-gallon summer crush endless summer hydrageas were planted in early April about 12 feet from the trunk of a large oak tree, so the plants are shaded from the afternoon sun. The plants were initially just 3-4 leaves and some woody stems but leafed out nicely in May and started blooming in late June. Now on July 4th all 3 are heavily blooming. I only watered them weekly begining in June when temps were in the 80s and it had not rained in sometime. I applied osmacote slow release fertilizer when they were planted and this is what I got.
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good quality, almost bloom
I bought it weeks ago, very healthy. I take care it normaly and now there are buds on the top of all twigs. Later I bought another one for my mom, a person know nothing about gardening, last week i checked the plant, there were buds too. Recommend!
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The plant was a disappointment actually. It was packaged very well and no leaves fell off but th...
The plant was a disappointment actually. It was packaged very well and no leaves fell off but the plant itself did not look that good. It didn't really have very many leaves and several were curled. I kept it in the original pot and it appears to be coming back and will fill out soon. It was too skimpy looking to put in the ground and definitely not something I would have picked out myself. Attached picture but this is not how it looked when I got it. I have had it several weeks and it is starting to come back
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Hearty looking plant full of buds that will produce gorgeous blooms!
Hearty looking plant full of buds that will produce gorgeous blooms!
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Leaves came black. I had to cut it back to...
Leaves came black. I had to cut it back to the ground. Hopefully it grows back.
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I planted it in for almost 2 months, still no...
I planted it in for almost 2 months, still no life at all. I think I used more than $40 to buy a dead plant.
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Always great plants.
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Always great plants.
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The planet does it look like the picture practically looks...
The planet does it look like the picture practically looks dead
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