Species - paniculata

Native of Chine & Japan this species has it’s flowers in panicles (long tapering cones) these usually hang from the branches but may sometimes grow upright.  They normally form a large bush with vigorous ascending and spreading branches.  The will flower on new wood and respond well to pruning by producing larger panicles.  The first cultivars were all white, however many new cultivars have been bred that have flowers that turn pink and even red as they mature.

paniculata ‘Greenspire’ (De Belder)

Bed E: Plant 01 Syn. ‘Green Fantasy ‘ A seedling from  ‘Unique’.   Forms a very large shrub up to 6m. Branches are more of less pendulous. Leaves are larger... Read more

paniculata ‘Kyushu’ (C. Ingram 1925)

Bed P: Plant 07 AGM, 1993 Compact with thin but firm branches. The leaves are shiny dark green, making the plant easy to identify even without flowers. Fertile flowers... Read more
paniculata ‘Levana’   (Possemiers 2102)

paniculata ‘Levana’ (Possemiers 2102)

Bed U: Plant 33   Syn: ‘Cov’ A new and distinct cultivar of Hydrangea plant named `Levana`, characterized by its upright plant habit; strong and sturdy stems that hold... Read more