In an ever-expanding world of exciting Hydrangeas, ‘Lady In Red’ stands out not just because of its terrific lacecap type bloom, but because of its singularly spectacular and ever changing foliage display that will keep your landscape hopping throughout the year! Big, heavily toothed foliage emerges in spring with distinct red central veins and petioles attached to red stems that provide a great contrast to the deep green leaves. These colors don’t fade even in the heat of the summer when flowers emerge, 3-4″ in diameter, white with a hint of pink and lacecap with larger sterile flowers surrounding small, fertile ones. As the summer progresses, the flowers age to pink and finally to a stunning burgundy red that enhances the red already present in stems and leaves. Finally, as cool weather approaches, all the foliage turns a burgundy red, a fitting climax to a year of great color provided by ‘Lady In Red’. Plant it in partial shade for best growth and you’ll love it in groups where its unique foliage color will shine!