Hydrangea paniculata
Panicle Hydrangea

 Plant Type:
 Hardiness:
 Deciduous / Evergreen:
 Flowers:
White (White panicles, changing to pink; June-September)
 Foliage:
Green (Summer foliage); Yellow (Usually poor greenish-yellow fall color; sometime with an attractive red to purple tinge)
 Fruit:
Brown (Capsule; not ornamentally important)
 Ultimate Height:
10-20 feet
 Ultimate Spread:
10-20 feet
 Soil:
Rich, loamy, moist soils, but adaptable
 Diagnostic Characteristics:
Leaves simple, opposite or in whorls of 3's, ovate, 3-6" long and 1.5-3" wide, acuminate, rounded or tapered at base, toothed. Setose pubescent beneath, especially on veins. Older bark often peeling, exposing lighter grays.

Additional Information

Very hardy and adaptable plant, difficult to kill. So coarse, the straight species does not always combine well in the landscape. Remove grown flowers late in fall as they are not attractive. Can become straggly and unkempt with age.

1 Hydrangea paniculata found

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Number Accession ID Location
12013_00615*AHORTPARK

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