Re: Hydrangea ID, please

If it's in bloom right now, it appears to be Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle' or possibly 'Grandiflora'. It's hard to tell until it matures a bit, as 'Annabelle's flower heads seem to get larger and larger as the plant settles in. The apple green blossom color is a good clue..... it should move from apple green to white to brown.
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Hard to tell from your single photo, but kind of looks like the bloom is more elongated than ball-shaped. So could be a PeeGee Hydrangea. Leaves and stems look right for it too. Keep an eye on the bloom...if I'm right, it should eventually turn light pink.
http://www.hydrangeashydrangeas.com/paniculata.html
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it looks like a Snowflake hydrangea. madgardener

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