Mar 10, 2016 - Hydrangea Quercifolia ‘Little Honey’ - Rare, dwarf, Yellow leaf form. In early spring, large, oakleaf-shaped leaves unfurl a brilliant gold. This color remains right through spring and well into summer, eventually darkening to chartreuse and finally green just as the huge 6- to 8-inch white bloom trusses -- giant snowy wands in the shade garden! In autumn, the leaves burnish a brilliant scarlet, even the stems turn red. These leaves and stems will stay put right through winter.