Annabelle Hydrangea. Annabelle is the bell of the gardens. She has beautiful large white blossoms!
Annabelle is a shorter Hydrangea that is famous for its huge, snow-white blooms. One of the most popular Hydrangea, it will thrive in most parts of the country. (Hydrangea arborescens)
Hydrangea Annabelle | Johnstown Garden Centre, Ireland
Plain white hydrangea Annabelle, catmint, lambs-ear and marguerite daisies, pretty gate and stones steps.
Hydrangea Annabelle with Agapanthus, Salvia 'Mainacht' and Echinops retro (Globe thistle
A light-reflecting Annabelle Hydrangea is a show-stopper in this shady setting of ferns and hostas.
Annabelle hydrangea and Hakone Japanese Forest Grass in a Toronto shade garden by garden muses, a Toronto gardening blog.
GW says do NOT prune annabelle AT ALL spring or fall, the you will get many more blooms but smaller
Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle' This is a very hardy hydrangea that starts out green, turns white and then goes back to green. Cut it back to the ground in late fall for the largest flowers the next year. A keeper!
breathtaking Annabelle Hydrangea hedge