A somewhat compact very hardy panicle hydrangea with large 4–6" white loosely conical inflorescences July through October. Flowers take on a pink blush as temperatures begin to cool. Upright sturdy branches don’t flop over by the weight of sizeable flowers. Dark green thick leathery foliage tolerates heat and drought better than other hydrangeas and stays healthy-looking until fall.
An unpretentious hydrangea as much at home in the natural garden as the formal one. Flowers attract butterflies and are sought after for fresh and dried arrangements. Blooms on old and new wood. In late winter or early spring, prune back 30–50% of the previous season’s growth.
Full sun to part shade. PPA. Z3. (1-3' bare-root plants)
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