11 Prettiest Pink Hydrangea Varieties for Your Yard

Hydrangea Arborescens Varieties: 

Smooth hydrangea with large dome-shaped flowers, traditionally white, new hybrids include pink flowers and stronger stems, suitable for large spaces.

Incrediball Blush : 

Produces pink flowers with a silver tone, blooms well in partial to full sun, hardy from zones 3-8, massive flowers, strong stems, reblooms through the first frost, grows to 4-5 feet, great for cut flowers or mass planting.

Invincibelle Ruby : 

Blooms with light pink flowers turning burgundy, reblooms all season, dark green foliage, grows to 4 feet tall and 3 feet wide, full to partial sun, hardy from zones 3-8.

Eco Puff Pink : 

Produces white and pink lacecap flowers resembling joe pye weed, attracts pollinators, blooms in varying shades of white and pink, grows to 5 feet tall and 7 feet wide, suitable for naturalized gardens or woodland edges.

Hydrangea Macrophylla Varieties: 

Classic mophead hydrangeas known for blue blooms, pink varieties dependent on soil pH, garden lime can alter flower color, perform a soil test before adjusting pH.

Charm : 

Rich pink flowers with dark green foliage, grows 5-7 feet, suitable for border planting or perennial gardens, partial sun, USDA zones 5-9.

Flamingo : 

Smaller hydrangea with pale pink flowers on black stems, ideal for containers, grows to 5 feet tall and 2 feet wide, partial sun, USDA zones 6-9.

Let s Dance Can Do : 

Blooms with bright pink flowers along entire stem, resilient to winter kill, lacecap hydrangea with large sepals, two-toned appearance, USDA zones 5-9.

Mariesii : 

Variegated leaf hydrangea with lacecap flowers, pink in alkaline soil, blue in acidic soil, silvery green leaves with white edge, USDA zones 5-9.

Pia : 

Compact hydrangea with pink flowers from mid to late summer, grows to 3 feet tall, suitable for containers or foundation planting, USDA zones 5-9.

Pink Beauty : 

Soft pink flowers with green tones, deep burgundy stems, silver-hinted leaves, grows to 4 feet tall, ideal for mass planting, USDA zones 5-9.