<i>Hydrangea quercifolia</i> <b class=small-caps>Snow Queen</b> ('Flemygea')
<i>Hydrangea quercifolia</i> <b class=small-caps>Snow Queen</b> ('Flemygea')
<i>Hydrangea quercifolia</i> <b class=small-caps>Snow Queen</b> ('Flemygea')
<i>Hydrangea quercifolia</i> <b class=small-caps>Snow Queen</b> ('Flemygea')
<i>Hydrangea quercifolia</i> <b class=small-caps>Snow Queen</b> ('Flemygea')
<i>Hydrangea quercifolia</i> <b class=small-caps>Snow Queen</b> ('Flemygea')

Hydrangea quercifolia Snow Queen ('Flemygea')

oak-leaved hydrangea

A fantastic hydrangea, with bright green leaves shaped like giant oak leaves and large cones of white flowers in late summer. In...

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