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31 years of low maintenance landscaping

Myers Landscape Nursery

Endless Summer Hydrangea - The Original

This is an extremely reliable bloomer and flowers will be the most blue in acidic soil. Flowers may be pink or purple in neutral or alkaline soils.

Endless Summer Blushing Bride Hydrangea

Another great choice for a macrophylla hydrangea is Blushing Bride. White flowers with a blush of pink are a wonderful option for those that like the look of large mophead hydrangea flowers, but want more subdued color.

The Hardy Hydrangea or Panicle Hydrangea

Hydrangea paniculata are the best options for the look of hydrangea in areas that get a bit more sun or are not as protected as most of the macrophylla need to do their best.

Hydrangea paniculata Limelight is one our favorites at Myers Landscape Nursery. Large flower heads start out lime green, fade to white, and then dry pink - adding winter interest to your landscape.  

Hydrangea paniculata Little Lime is a dwarf variety of Limelight. Growing to about 3', this is an excellent choice for smaller spaces.

Oakleaf Hydrangea

Hydrangea quercifolia are great additions to landscapes, especially when fall color is a factor. Oakleaf Hydrangea are also excellent companion plants for naturalizing or a "woodland" look.

Tree Form Hydrangea

Tree form hydrangea are gaining in popularity. They add vertical interest without the space concerns of a full size shrub. The following are several of the varieties available at Myers Landscape Nursery.  

An example of a tree form hydrangea in one of our landscapes.

Contact Information

Phone: 574-457-5354

Fax: 574-457-2482

Email: [email protected]

Address and Location

15497 US 6

Syracuse, IN 46567

We are located on the north side of U.S. Highway 6, just a mile north of Syracuse, between S.R. 13 and CR 29.

Garden Center Hours

Spring through Fall Hours

Monday - Saturday

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Closed holidays

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