This dense grower is packed with thick, deep green leaves forming a rounded mound in the landscape. June sees buds developing at the terminal of each stout branch and, by mid to late month, these buds open to reveal fat mophead flowers that start blue in acidic soils, pink in more basic soils. As the flowers age they add purple, maroon, deep pink and green shades change through late summer and fall . This contantly changing, season long bloom is unique to the everlasting series and keeps this plant up front in terms of long term landscape beauty as does this selection's extremely strong rebloom. 'Revolution' blooms on new and old wood, needs very little pruning and is perfect in a small to medium sized landscape spot.
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Prune these hydrangeas only if they are getting too large for the space or if you want to remove old flowers. The best time to prune them is after they flower in the late summer. If you prune them much beyond late summer, you will risk removing the flower buds that are developing on the current branches.