Hydrangea quercifolia Snowflake'
This beautiful, broad-shaped hydrangea has deeply lobed leaves shaped like the leaves of an oak which turn to bronze, orange and reddish-purple in autumn. This is a later-flowering variety with flowerheads that appear from June to September, they are conical in shape which hang down with a mass of sterile double creamy white florets which turn pink with age. The flowerheads last well into the autumn. It is fully hardy and will grow in most soil conditions but prefers reasonably drained conditions. A great shrub for autumn interest.