NEW! A magnificent shrub with huge white flower heads, the largest we have seen so far on this panicle hydrangea that is in the same family as Limelight Hydrangea. The flower bracts are pale green in early summer, turning white from July to August, finally darkening to pink in September. Excellent, long lasting cut flower.
Full sun to part shade. A tough plant that will grow in many soil types but appreciates a little water in the heat of summer.
Grows to 8-10 ft H by 6-8 ft W. Blooms on new wood, prune in winter. Deciduous.