6 Stunning White Hydrangea Bushes to Grow

Incrediball Hydrangea

Your neighbors jaws will drop when they see the incredible beauty of this white hydrangea. The long-lasting flowers on this native shrub will amaze you all the way until the first frost.

Invincibelle Wee White

If you love Annabelle but want a smaller form, pick Invincibelle Wee White. This hydrangea bush is very small, as its name suggests, so it can fit into even the smallest yard areas.

Snow Queen

If you need a standout plant in your yard, this beautiful snow-white hydrangea is the best choice. The 6 to 8-inch long cone-shaped flowers are very pretty.

White Wedding

It looks like these big, fluffy flowers are as soft as feather pillows. Even though they look pretty, these tough plants can handle deer and weather. No pruning is needed, but you should cut off any buds that are past their prime.

Puffer Fish

The popular mini Bobo hydrangea has been given a new look with big blooms that cover the shrub. People who live in the north can grow this plant without thinking about it getting hurt in the winter.

Gatsby Moon

The bloom groups on this oakleaf hydrangea are very close together and have a unique "quilted" look. Gatsby Moon's leaves turn a bright red wine color in the fall, making this plant interesting all year long.