Hydrangea paniculata is a Hydrangea with a difference as the flower heads are cone-shaped instead of the usual rounded shape. It bears large, very attractive lacy white flowers that fade to deep pink from late summer into autumn. Pruning after flowering is recommended to encourage larger flowers the following year.
|Botanic Name : Hydrangea paniculata|
|Common Name : Panicled Hydrangea|
|Growth Type : Deciduous Shrub|
|Water Use : Low/Med|
|Aspect : Full Sun/Semi-shade|
|Height : 2m|
|Spread : 2m|