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Hydrangea Incrediball: Local Sources?

Posted by butterflylion 7bGA (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 26, 09 at 13:35

Hydrangea Incrediball has huge white blooms. It was developed from Annabelle and has bigger blooms and stronger stems. Has anyone seen it for sale in the metro Atlanta area?

Here is a link that might be useful: Hydrangea Incrediball


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RE: Hydrangea Incrediball: Local Sources?

May be a little early for Hydrangeas to show up yet at local nurseries. Personally, I would want to see mature blooms on them, before making the purchase, just to be satisfied that the hyperbole surrounding this Hydrangea is factual!

Here's some local certified retailers for the Proven Winners (PW) line of plants, one of which is Incrediball.

Bloomers
Dawsonville

Rambo Nursery
Dallas

Mobley Plant Farm
Dacula

Scottsdale Farm & Garden
Alpharetta

You might check with nearby ones to ascertain if they have them in stock or on order and expected delivery date.

Often you will find some of the Hydrangea PW's at HD.
Rb


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RE: Hydrangea Incrediball: Local Sources?

If you enjoy the convenience of mail-order shopping, this hydrangea is available from Wayside Gardens. You can order it through their Website or from their Spring 2009 print catalogue, which features this hydrangea as its cover illustration.


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Many Home Depots carry plants from Rambo Nursery (annuals, perennials and woody plants) - listed above by Rb as a propagator of this plant. You might ask your nearest one if they could make a request to Rambo to bring some to your store.


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I am also interested in Incrediball. Has anyone found them at a local nursery or box store this spring?
Thanks.


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In addition to Wayside (which I have bad experience in prior purchases), you can try Sooner Plant Farms..according to Dave's garden watchdog, this company has very high satisfaction ratings. I've bought a few incrediball hydrangea from Sooner, the packaging was great..the plants were just sprouting new leaves at the time and pretty small for the trade gallon size container. So far so good. I have tried to obtain some larger size (2 gallon) Incrediballs from various large wholesale growers and of no avail...this is a very new item and according to Wayside, it is their topseller. Sooner had 70 something units of these a few days ago, now down to 41...maybe the big box stores will have Incrediball in their lots soon, but based on what I hear from various growers, this item is in pretty short supply so far this season.


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I've been sick and haven't been shopping lately. Has anyone seen this at any metro Atlanta locations?


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Sooner Plant Farms sold out of this one, however you can request to be notified by giving them your e-mail address.
I am also very much interested in Incrediball H.


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I just tracked down this listing of retailers who carry the Proven Winner line. Maybe it will help y'all find someone nearby.

Thanks for telling us about this. I love the upright flowering habit!

Rosie in Sugar Hill

Here is a link that might be useful: Proven Winner Retailers in GA


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Any local sightings?


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They are conspicuous by their absence!
Have checked the Pikes on L'ville Hwy, Tucker and HD GCs and none found. Didn't ask if/when they were expected. Don't believe in wasting words. :<)
Rb


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Has anyone seen any this year?


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We had a crop this season at our nursery in south Fulton; of which there is *one* left as of today. We've got a huge number of babies that will be ready in the fall, though. Send me a private message if you're interested!


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My hydrangea
From Plants 2010


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