Hydrangea Endless Summer® Twist-n-Shout®

The first reblooming lace cap EVER!

Item # 36245
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Plant Patent #20,176. Cultivar name: 'PIIHM-1'.

This hydrangea boasts rapid growth with beautiful conical blooms! The clusters range from white to pink depending on the acidity of your soil. The stems are stiff and prevent drooping of the blossoms. Hydrangeas bloom from mid summer to early fall. Bring the beauty indoors with cuttings which can be added to fresh floral arrangements or dried for longer-lasting enjoyment. The hydrangea prefers well-drained soil in full sun to part shade and grows to three feet tall by four feet wide. This shrub is drought tolerant and is easy to care for with occasional pruning. Use this beauty as an accent piece in your lawn, or group several together to create an eye-catching border. Does well in zones 3 through 8.

Review Summary
(Based on 2 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0


Consistent bloom
Flower lover from WI wrote on January 19, 2017:

Twist and Shout is a wonderful hydrangea that provides beautiful lace-cap blooms. In my upper Midwest garden I get more consistent blooms from my two Twist and Shout shrubs than I do from my two Endless Summer Hydranges. Their flower mass may not be as large as Endless Summer, but there are more flower clusters. A thoroughly enchanting shrub.

Gerry Lynch from IL wrote on September 25, 2014:

I live in the Chicago area where weather can be fickle. Last winter was horrible. I had to cut all of my hydrangeas down to the ground, and I thought I might have lost them. They looked horrible. Well, they grew, they bloomed, they were beautiful! "Twist and Shout" has just out done itself. It has bloomed with new blooms all summer each one larger and more beautiful than the next. I didn't think I would like the lace caps that much as I usually preferred the mop heads. This one has become my favorite. I give it some acid, and it blooms blue here in our alkaline soil. It is easy to take care of and has just been a show stopper all season.