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 ‘Little Lime’   (Spring Meadow) 2011

paniculata ‘Little Lime’ (Spring Meadow) 2011

Bed U: Plant 35 Syn. ‘Jane’ & PPAF) This cultivar is a dwarf form of the ever popular ‘Limelight’   Little Lime Hydrangea sports the same great flowers and coloration... Read more

paniculata ‘Mathilde’

Bed Z: Plant 12 A shrub with large panicles, creamy white with many fertile flowers. Bred by Frederique Buisson,France, before 1999. www.davesgarden.com Gardens Surveyed Pre 2000:  DA KAL Gardens... Read more
paniculata ‘Mega Mindy’

paniculata ‘Mega Mindy’

Bed S: Plant 41 Syn. paniculata ‘Ilvomindy’ A fantastic new cultivar  from the Belgian ILVO institute.  The large upright well filled panicles have very large sterile florets that start out... Read more