A subtle beauty in the garden, the 'Sweet Summer' Hydrangea displays a plethora of large conical-shaped flower clusters that begin to emerge in July starting out white turning to a glowing soft pink as they age and persisting through fall. The sturdy stems holding the flowers are excellent for cutting and use in fresh or dried flower arrangements. Extremely cold hardy, northern gardeners in locations where temperatures drop to as low as -40F can enjoy this floriferous beauty. At 4 to 5 feet tall and 4 to 6 feet wide when all grown up, Sweet Summer is a great addition to sunny or partially shaded flowering shrub borders or is spectacular as a colorful hedge. Get all the details below!