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Jul 20, 7 Reasons to plant ‘Limelight’ Hydrangeas in your Nashville Landscape. Blooms on new wood in mid-summer. May be planted in a landscape in a group, as a specimen plant, or in a planter on the patio. Beautiful fluffy blooms (that don’t droop!) grow on a compact deciduous tree. May grow to 8′ x 8′ if not treecut.buzzted Reading Time: 2 mins. Find Limelight Hydrangea (tree form) (Hydrangea paniculata 'Limelight (tree form)') in Columbia Spring Hill Franklin Lewisburg Nashville Tennessee TN at Fernwood Garden Center.

The hardy and reliable Limelight Hydrangea tree is an easy to grow tree form hydrangea. Its creamy white blooms arrive in late summer and fade to green during fall. This unique Hydrangea tree will tolerate almost any condition. The bloom time is lengthy and stretches from summer through fall. The flowers of the Limelight hydrangea are upright /5(5).

Aug 14, The Limelight Hydrangea Tree is extremely cold hardy, withstanding temperatures as low as degrees.

Its blooms change from delicate pastel colors to a show-stopping creamy white. Its manageable mature height makes it easy to plant anywhere, even potted on a patio. Regular price. /5(70). Oct 20, Above: there is a Kramer’s Red Winter Heath in front of this Little Lime Hydrangea.

The light colors on the Heath are the tiny flower buds developing. These flowers will open in December and bloom through April.

The blooms were huge and beautiful.

Below: Little Lime Hydrangeas have the same Summer color as Limelight Hydrangeas. The ivory cream flowers have the slightest hint of a Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins. Bates Nursery and Garden Center is a third-generation independent plant nursery and garden center located just a few minutes' drive from downtown Nashville. Find trees, shrubs, ornamental and edible plants, annuals, houseplants, pottery, and more at our W.

Hi ProvenWinners I have planted Limelight Hydrangea which had larger, dark green leaves and did not turn very pink in fall/ winter, when I lived in Zone 3 area. I moved to zone 7 area and planted another limelight.

What a tough plant!

in fall. In summer I found the leaves are not soft textured, narrow, not dark green and they are more shrub type with thin stems.