A new and innovative reblooming variety, the Let's Dance 'Can Do' Hydrangea has so many great attributes it's hard to know where to start with the description. As the folks at Proven Winners say, "this one is not just another pretty face!" Perhaps Can Do's most unique attribute is its ability to create flower buds along the entire length of the stem rather than just at the stem tips like other big-leaf hydrangeas. This means that if a unusually harsh winter comes along and kills back a portion of the plant there will still be flower buds there to open in early summer. And this is what makes Can Do so cold hardy as far north as USDA Zone 4, where it not only survives but will bloom. Can Do also reblooms quicker on new summer growth than others, so you don't have to wait until fall for the second bloom cycle to occur. The large and elegant lacecap flowers have so many showy sterile florets that they totally obscure the tiny fertile florets, resulting in clusters that appear more like those of the mophead hydrangeas. You choose the color of the flowers, which are a luscious pink in neutral to alkaline (sweet) soils and a lovely violet-purple to lavender in acidic ones. Get all the details below!