Wee Bit Giddy is a dwarf mophead Hydrangea that might reach 24 inches or so tall and 30 inches wide when all grown up, hence the name. But don't let its smaller stature, which makes it a great fit for smaller garden spaces and containers, fool you. Reblooming through summer and fall, Wee Bit Giddy produces large flower clusters just like its larger growing cousins. The flowers, which are excellent for cutting, can range in various rich (not pale) shades of pink, purple, blue, red and every shade between, depending on soil pH. The flowers stand out beautifully against the deep green foliage. Equally as hardy as it is beautiful, in our gardens, this amazing mophead hydrangea stands up to the heat, and we hear it takes the cold too, down to -20F! Get all the details below!