Large, white panicles open in mid-summer. As summer turns to Autumn the florets, at the base of the panicles, turn pink.
A unique new hardy Hydrangea with massive two-toned, white and pink flowers. Flower heads grow throughout the season and as the older flowers turn dark pink the new flowers continue to emerge white. Blooms mid-summer to frost. The bloom color is not affected by soil pH.
Pruning: Deadhead faded flowers, cross-branches or dead stems in Late Autumn (after it hits dormancy & drops its leaves) or in Early Spring; do not prune otherwise. Paniculatas can be pruned into single stem 'tree form'
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Photos courtesy of Toms Creek Nursery in Denton, NC (336) 857-2131
6' - 8'
6' - 8'
Primary Foliage Color
Seasonal Foliage Color
White, changing to two-toned colors - adding pale & dark pink as blooms age