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Hydrangea Bobo®

So many blooms, you can barely seen the leaves!

Item # 38364
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PPAF. Cultivar: 'ILVOBO'. This dwarf Hydrangea is an undeniable asset for any garden, especially those with limited space. Reaching a height of 2½-3' and a width of 3-4', Bobo® covers itself with large white blooms in summer, the flowers held upright on strong stems and taking on a pinkish blush in fall. They appear so abundantly, you can barely see the leaves!

Bobo® blooms from midsummer until early fall, the flowers growing increasingly larger and fuller over time. And since it blooms on new wood, there will always be blossoms ready to put on a show, even after a hard winter. Very reliable and easy to grow, this lovely Hydrangea won the Gold Florall award in 2010 for best novelty plant. Blooming regardless of climate, soil, pH, or pruning, Bobo® even tolerates drought!

Bobo® is also a Proven Winners® ColorChoice® shrub chosen for its exciting color and great garden performance. To be selected for this group, it had to first be thoroughly tested in trial gardens all around the world, and its health, vigor, and beauty have proven unparalleled.

Plant this charming dwarf Hydrangea in full sun to part shade. It's adaptable to many soils, but prefers good, loamy areas and required moderate moisture. Bobo® is an excellent choice for mixed borders or a foundation plant and makes an extremely showy specimen or container plant. Prune it in late winter or early spring and fertilize in early spring with a slow-release fertilizer specialized for trees and shrubs. Zones 4-8.

Review Summary
(Based on 1 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0


Terrific little shrub!
Nancy m. from MI wrote on April 05, 2019:

I bought 6 Bobos two years ago, so they have come through two Michigan winters in spite of having no protection. When I got them, they looked like little sticks potted up, but I optimistically planted them across the front of my house. That first summer they grew a bit, and two of the tiny sticks had huge blossoms at the Summer's end. Last year they became a dense hedge. The blooms, which are still on the shrub, are about 30 inches high. I'm so pleased with these little shrubs; I really needed something low, and they are just what I was looking for. I for got to mention that I moved one plant in August last year, and it continued to grow and bloom.