Just wait until you see the way the light reflects off the flowers of this fabulous new Hydrangea! Matterhorn starts blooming mid-summer with dense flower clusters, shaped like raindrops: fat at the bottom and pointed at the top. They start out lemon-yellow and mature to creamy white. A compact grower, this hydrangea is ideal for smaller spaces or can be planted in groupings for a stellar display. The glistening effect of the sun shining on them is certain to lighten up any garden space
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