8 Flowers You'll Adore If You Love Hydrangeas

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Known for its large white blooms, 'Annabelle' thrives in full sun to part shade and reaches 5 feet tall and wide. It's hardy in Zones 3-9.

Annabelle

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With flower heads up to 12 inches wide, 'Incrediball' is a cold-hardy variety perfect for northern gardens. It grows to 4-5 feet tall and wide in Zones 3-9.

Incrediball

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Featuring flattened blooms up to 14 inches wide, 'Haas' Halo' is drought and heat-tolerant. It thrives in full sun to part shade and reaches 3-5 feet tall and wide in Zones 3-9.

Haas' Halo

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Native to the southeastern US, 'Snow Queen' has white panicles changing to rosy hues in fall. It prefers full sun to part shade and grows 4-8 feet tall and wide in Zones 5-9.

Snow Queen

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A compact version of 'Snow Queen', 'Gatsby Gal' features large white cones and grows well in moist, well-drained soil in Zones 5-9, reaching 5-6 feet tall and wide.

Gatsby Gal

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Known for dense, upright flower cones aging to green, 'Gatsby Moon' has shiny burgundy fall foliage. It grows 5-8 feet tall and wide in Zones 5-9.

Gatsby Moon

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Double-flowered with star-shaped white petals, 'Gatsby Star' turns pink in fall with burgundy leaves. It reaches 5-6 feet tall and wide in Zones 5-9.

Gatsby Star

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'Little Lamb' features fluffy white flower heads resembling lambs, blooming in midsummer and turning pink in fall. It grows 4-6 feet tall and wide in Zones 3-8.

Little Lamb