This is an Endless Summer Hydrangea I bought on the sale table 3 falls ago. It sat in a pot getting moved around following the shade for two years, grew pretty good but never thrived. Last summer it almost bit the dust from the heat and drought but then as the weather cooled down some green shoots appeared so I put it in the ground. It stayed green all winter and has slowly started putting on some size. Endless Summer coming back ( photo / image / picture from toni's Garden ) Never pass up a dead looking plant in the floral section of the grocery store. I found 4 Hydrangeas of various colors on sale the 99 cents each and just couldn't let them be trashed no matter how bad they looked. The blooms were dead and laying on the top of the soil, the leaves were huge, dark green and curling up from lack of water and the soil in the pots was so dry I couldn't get a knife into it. But after a really good soaking and some sweet talk 3 of them revived. Two have been planted and as soon as the Hosta in the north bed all show up I will know where I can plant the 3rd one. This one has grown nicely since this photo was taken ( photo / image / picture from toni's Garden ) Waiting for it's new home to be determined ( photo / image / picture from toni's Garden ) This one really likes it's new home ( photo / image / picture from toni's Garden ) I also bought 10 pots of mini-roses for 99 cents each also but that's for another post.