Hydrangea, Incrediball Blush

  • Incrediball Blush Hydrangea arborescens
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  • Incrediball Blush Hydrangea arborescens
Image Courtesy Proven Winners, LLC
  • Incrediball Blush Hydrangea arborescens
Image Courtesy Proven Winners, LLC
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Incrediball® Blush Hydrangea arborescens 'NCHA4' USPP 28,280, CPBR 5,624

  Bigger, blusher, better!

Incrediball hydrangeas are beloved for their stout stems and massive blooms. Incrediball® Blush hydrangea adds a new color to the series - a beautiful silvery-pink. This hydrangea combines the rock-solid reliability of the classic 'Annabelle' hydrangea with the improved stem strength, bodacious blooms, and enormous flowers of the Incrediball series. Enjoy these fabulous blooms every year, even in chilly USDA zone 3! This species of hydrangea is native to North America.

Top reasons to grow Incrediball® Blush hydrangea:

  • an improved version of 'Annabelle' with strong stems and huge pink flowers
  • Reblooming - new flowers are produced through frost
  • Excellent in the landscape or as a cut flower, both fresh and dried


  • 4-5 ft H
  • 4-5 ft W
  • Mounded habit
  • Continuous bloom
  • Blooms on new wood
  • Full Sun to Part Shade
  • Performs in clay soils
  • Native to North America
  • Zone 3-8


Maintenance Notes:
Smooth hydrangeas, also known as 'Annabelle' hydrangeas, are some of the easiest and most reliable types you can grow, especially if you live in a cold climate. Caring for them is simple: in early spring, just as the new growth begins to emerge on the stems, cut the plant back by about one-third its height. That's it! If you wish, you can apply a granular fertilizer formulated for flowering shrubs, like a rose fertilizer.

The largest blooms develop after the plant has become established - typically about 3 years after planting. The plant will bloom before this, but they won't start reaching their maximum size until they have developed a good root system.

Smooth hydrangeas like Incrediball Blush can grow in full sun in cooler climates - a minimum of 6 hours a day ensures the strongest stems, the biggest blooms, and the best flower color. However, the warmer your climate, the more shade they can take; afternoon shade is particularly beneficial in these areas.

Don't hesitate to harvest flowers to enjoy in a vase or dry for craft projects - this reblooming hydrangea will simply create more!

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