Colors of Hydrangeas

Have you ever tried to explain a color of hydrangea to a client, or build an inspiration board for an event and just can’t think of the name of the hydrangea you desire? Well, I have quite the visual treat for you today! FIFTY photos of hydrangeas currently in season – provided by Susan of Hilverda De Boer!

Coco White Hydrangea

Coco White Hydrangea

Hydrangea Magical Pearl Green

Hydrangea Magical Pearl Green

Hydrangea Schneeball white

Hydrangea Schneeball white

Antique Green Hydrangea

Antique Green Hydrangea

green hydrangea

Hydrangea Emerald Classic green

green hydrangea

Hydrangea green Ivoor (classic)

light green hydrangea

Hydrangea pale green Schneeball Classic

green hydrangea

Hydrangea green Verena Classic

Antique Blue Hydrangea

Antique Blue Hydrangea

blue hydrangea

Hydrangea Blue You & Me Together

antique blue hydrangea

Hydrangea Elbtal (classic)

antique blue hydrangea

Hydrangea Elbtal Classic

blue hydrangea

Hydrangea Homigo blue

blue hydrangea

Hydrangea Lolly Pop BLL blue

blue hydrangea

Hydrangea blue Magical Diamond

blue hydrangea

Hydrangea blue Magical Diamond

blue green hydrangea

Hydrangea blue green Magical Revolution

bright blue hydrangea

Hydrangea blue Pimpernel

blue hydrangea

Hydrangea Rodeo (blauw paars)

blue green hydrangea

Hydrangea Verena – classic blue green

blue hydrangea

Hydrangea Verena blue

Antique Lilac Hydrangea

Antique Lilac Hydrangea

purple hydrangea

Hydrangea Elbtal (blue)

lavender hydrangea

Hydrangea Elbtal Classic

bright lavender hydrangea

Hydrangea glow alps purple lilac

antique purple hydrangea

Hydrangea glow alps

blue antique hydrangea

Hydrangea Pimpernel Antique blue

antique purple hydrangea

Hydrangea Rodeo (classic)

purple hydrangea

Hydrangea Rodeo purple

purple hydrangea

Hydrangea Rodeo purple

pink hydrangea

Three Tone Antique Pink Hydrangea

pink hydrangea

Hydrangea Verena – pink

dark pink hydrangea

Hydrangea Terracotta

pink green hydrangea

Hydrangea Rodeo (classic) – pink green

hot pink hydrangea

Hydrangea Rodeo (Cherry)

burgundy hydrangea

Hydrangea Magical Rubyred (classic) lilac

burgundy hydrangea

Hydrangea Magical Rubyred (classic) burgundy

light pink hydrangea

Hydrangea Magical Revolution – pink

pink hydrangea

Hydrangea Lolly Pop RZ – Pink

pink hydrangea

Hydrangea glow alps rose – dark pink

red and green hydrangea

Antique Red Hydrangea

fall color hydrangea

Green Red Hydrangea

different hydrangea florets

Hydrangea Beautensia Papillon

fall colored hydrangea

Hydrangea Beautensia Papillon

green and red hydrangea

Hydrangea Magical Amathyst (classic) – Green Red

antique red green hydrangea

Hydrangea Magical Revolution (classic) – red green

red and green hydrangea

Hydrangea Opal Classic – red green

antique hydrangea

Hydrangea Opal Classic – red green

green and red hydrangea

Hydrangea Suzanne (classic) – green red

green and red hydrangea

Hydrangea Opal Classic – red green

Additional notes on fall availability by Susan of Hilverda De Boer:
The ‘Fresh’ or Solid/Spring color season is really in the ‘off’ season time, however growers still have limited production available…. So this means smaller heads, limited production and higher prices.
The Purples of course are still in high demand, however common complaint is that heads are small and prices high… this is typical for a spring color hydrangea in fall production sadly. I do always encourage our clients to write a note to remind themselves for next year October weddings to get a premium price for purple hydrangeas and to expect them to decline in head size from the previous September month :)

White (Schneeball) and certain varieties (like Lollypop and Magical Revolution series) which are strongest in the spring season are still around, however are especially small in late season. These varieties are known to be a more compact smaller headed varieties in the best of season, however in late season it becomes even more pronounced in the compact sizing.

However the Antique season is strong… many muted and mingled hues of greens, burgundies, smoky rose and amethyst. Supply is steady throughout October. November and December will decline to mostly the Green/Red variety. The Dutch Hydrangea season then will go off season completely until next year April when the ‘Fresh’ Solid color season will return bursting with Spring vibrant colors !

If you have additional questions or would like to place an order please contact Susan at: 888-220-7248 or s.adams@hilverdadeboer.com

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Comments

  1. I loved this post and all the pictures, thank you. I’m wondering if this exists in poster format somewhere? And are these for a certain region or area only? Thanks!

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