I WOULD LIKE TO PLANT MY ENDLESS SUMMER HYDRANGEAS AGAINST MY HOUSE TO APPEAR AS ONE LARGE SHRUB. THE AREA OF COVERAGE IS 12.6 FEET LONG. HOW MANY PLANTS DO I NEED AND HOW FAR APART SHOULD THE SPACING BE FOR THEM TO BLEND TOGETHER WHILE PROVIDING ENOUGH ROOM TO GROW?
Endless Summer Hydrangeas mature about 3-5’ across. I would evenly space three in that area. Remember, to be a little bit patient as they will need a couple of years to settle in before they put on quite a bit of girth and fill the spot appearing as one shrub. Follow the steps in our planting and care guide to help them get off to a good start and stay healthy.