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Published on Sep 6, 2011
The Limelight Hydrangea has large flowers that open from a creamy white color and turn into an attractive lime-green. As its huge flowers become older they change color from a unique green-white to a rich pink. The autumn display of green and pink blooms together on the same plant is breathtaking. Blooms are still very attractive in the winter months with a crispy bronze color. Spent blooms are often cut to be used in fall vases and centerpieces.