Hardy little Bobo is a dwarfhydrangea that has large white panicles all summer; toward fall they get a pinkish tinge. It prefers a rich loamy soil and moderate moisture but is adaptable to a many soils.
Regardless of its easy-growing nature, Bobo will bloom for you every year, an excellent novelty plant for small spaces. Also good in containers.
Pruning: Deadhead faded flowers soon after they are spent. Prune 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 'tree form'
Photo courtesy of Toms Creek Nursery in Denton, North Carolina (336) 857-2131
2' - 4'
2' - 4'
Primary Foliage Color
Seasonal Foliage Color
Summer through Autumn
Specimen or Border
Sun to Partial Shade
Moist (not wet): Ensure planting area provides good drainage.